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Priord and Norice Lakes Professional Review and Guide
"The East Fork Bear River Drainage receives moderate to heavy usage from Boy Scouts and camera-clickers alike. A Boy Scouts of America camp is located 0.5 mile north of the main trailhead. So don’t be alarmed if you see a bunch of khaki-green men congregated at any one spot. Start your journey on the East Fork Bear River Trail, 0.5 mile southeast of the B.S.A. turnoff . Follow the East Fork Trail 4.0 miles southeast to the Right Hand–Left Hand Fork Trail junction. Then go south on the Right Hand Fork Trail. The trail deteriorates when traveling through bogs and deadfall. When this occurs, following the stream will take you to Norice Lake. From Norice, the trail becomes difficult to locate. Just head south for 0.5 mile, then west 0.25 mile, and you’ll find Priord Lake."
--Jeffrey Probst & Brad Probst, Revised by Brett Prettyman, Hiking Utah's High Uintas (Falcon Guides).
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