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Little Sandy Lake Professional Review and Guide
"Located 50 miles northeast of Farson or 60 miles southeast of Pinedale, in the extreme southeastern corner of the Bridger Wilderness. A day hike or easy overnighter to a spectacular lake setting."
--Bill Hunger, Hiking Wyoming (Falcon Guides).
Perhaps the hardest part of the Little Sandy Lake trip is reaching the trailhead. If you have a car or other low clearence vehicle you may have to hike a few extra miles to reach the trail. It is best to use caution with your vehicle out here as it is quite a ways from a town of any signifigance. The Little Sandy lake trail is fairly well marked but I did find myself peering for Rock Cairns and using my own judgement to stay on trek occasionally. I so no other hikers on my 2-day excursion there and all signs indicate that this area sees relatively little use. There are some great views of peaks towering above the small lake and I did find some great climbing within a days hike of the lake. I found hiking through the burnt areas of the trail (from a fire back in the 80's) a little depressing but it is encouraging to see the area slowly rejuvanating.
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