Nannie Creek Trail is a 8 mile lightly trafficked out and back trail located near Klamath Falls, Oregon that offers scenic views and is rated as moderate. The trail is primarily used for hiking and is best used from June until October.
Directions from Klamath Falls: Travel northwest on Highway 140 to Westside Road (County Road 531), near Rocky Point. Turn right and follow 531 north for approximately 12 miles and turn left (west) on Forest Road 3484. Follow 3484 about 4.5 miles to the trailhead.
This might have been the most awful trail I have ever hiked. The blow down is so much that it is almost impracticable. I did the 13.7 miles because, frankly there is nothing in between except for logs. Every 50 feet you have to go over, under or around these snags. At places there are so many that you have to climb to higher ground to try and see where does the trail continue. Once you spot it you'll have to plan how to rejoin it through the downed trees. Contrary to the description, there are no scenic views to the exception of a single spot that gives you a glimpse of the valley. There is nothing else to see besides downed trees and at the end there is a lake. That is it. Oh, and the mosquitoes. The most frustrating hike I have ever done.
This is a great trail, pretty views and lots of lakes to see. We went lake July and the trail was pretty clear of debris on the Nannie creek side. Marguerite lake was beautiful. There were lots of mosquitos and some hornets. Not much elevation gain.
We ended up taking this all the way to Cherry Creek, 13.7 miles. Cherry creek had lots of downed logs and lots of detours.