Broken Top Trail to No Name Lake and Bend Glacier

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Broken Top Trail to No Name Lake and Bend Glacier ist ein 15.2 Meilen langer, stark besuchter Hin- und Rückweg in der Nähe von Bend, Oregon. Er führt entlang eines Sees, durch schönen Wald und es gibt schöne Wildblumen und oftmals Wildtiere zu sehen. Aufgrund der Steigung und Distanz ist die Strecke als schwierig einzustufen. Hier kann hervorragend gewandert, gezeltet und gebackpackt werden. Die Route ist am besten von Juli bis Oktober zugänglich. Hunde sind erlaubt, müssen allerdings an der Leine gehalten werden.

Entfernung: 15.2 miles Höhenunterschied: 2,880 feet Routentyp: Hin & zurück

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Rucksacktour

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A valid Recreation Pass is required at the Tumalo Falls trailhead.

Hiked 11/17 Not a whole lot of snow on the hike but definitely had patches of it here and there. Other than that, it was a great day. Weather wasn’t bad with some clouds rolling in here and there. Perfect day out!

Difficult hike given the icy/snowy conditions. Maybe 50/50 snow vs clear trail.

wandern
schnee
2 months ago

Quiet hike yesterday from Todd Lake with packed crunchy snow most of the way- especially in the shade -but still made it to the top without special gear. No Name Lake was frozen, trails difficult to find without the App’s GPS due to snow. Gorgeous hike, we only saw one other hiker at the end of the day!

3 months ago

Great hike yesterday into the Three Sisters Wilderness! The road from Todd Lake to the Ditch Creek trailhead was more rutted than usual!! My RAV4 with all wheel drive really struggled with pot holes that were as deep as my car!! The trip up Broken Top did not disappoint. The clouds were hanging around the top, but it was so beautiful with the colorful pinnacles sticking out from the clouds.

wandern
kein schatten
scrambling
steinig
3 months ago

Gorgeous day , light dusting of snow but the trails are very clear . We did a massive loop by hiking up the road to the upper trail head and then coming back down via Todd Lake Trail . We hitch hiked and got a ride from some cool hunters and a nice couple, otherwise it would have been a long slog. Definitely do not try taking a car with low clearance up that road , one section in particular is very difficult even for trucks . The view is stunning from the upper ridge just past no name lake . Broken top backdropped against no name lake is spectacular . Breath taking views of wide alpine meadows on the way down . This trail is unforgettable .

wandern
3 months ago

Camped about 1.5 miles below the lake with a view of Mt. Bachelor, the valley and broke top (Sept20-21). Very pretty area the colors of the sky at nightfall were just stunning. Worth camping this area. The top of the hike where the view of the sisters is INCREDIBLE. Amazing panoramic views. Saw Mt. Jefferson and what I think was Mt. Adams and St. Helens as well in the distance.

wandern
schnee
3 months ago

Amazing! Favorite hike in the sisters! A little snow, but nothing difficult, nor do you need crampons. Hike past the lake up the ridge- was able to see Hood and Rainier. 15 miles were rough, but worth it!

wandern
4 months ago

Hiked it yesterday. What an amazing view and the day it was. We had originally planned to drive up to the broken top trailhead on our Subaru but fairly shortly after we passed the todd lake trailhead we encountered pretty bad stretch. We decided to turn back and park on the side of the road. We asked a group of guys for a ride to the trailhead and those amazing folks happily let us ride on the back of their truck. Hike was pretty short and straight forward from the broken top trailhead. I ran about half of it.The lake was super muddy though.....yet beautiful. Spent about 1 hour at the top had a good lunch. Headed back to the trailhead and asked for ride with another amazing couple coz i had sprained my ankle while running. They dropped us off by our car and we headed to Bend to enjoy some dinner at Sporks. It was a great day of hitchhiking and hiking. Sending my love and gratification to those strangers. :)

wandern
4 months ago

Beautiful hike today! Got lucky with amazing weather and it wasn’t too crowded for a Saturday. Although the water at No Name Lake wasn’t the usual blue color the views of Sisters at the top made up for it completely. Worth the extra distance. The most difficult part of the hike was the distance. There wasn’t a ton of incline, if you’re going at a steady pace it is very doable. I tracked this trail using a map from AllTrails but my mileage wasn’t adding up accurately. My friend tracked us using Strava and we got the 15.2 miles listed in the trail description.

wandern
4 months ago

We went on August 30th, the day after the it was closed due to a fire. We took the road from Todd Lake. The road was a breeze for our Jeep Liberty except for one spot after the gate from Todd Lake. It had rained the night prior and there were some deep muddy ruts. Once we made it past that spot, we were good to go. The trail starts in forested area and then you reach an initial creek crossing and the trail becomes mostly sunny. I found the hills after the creek crossing to be the most difficult part of the hike, but there was always a flat spot to rest and catch your breath. You do climb through a rocky creek area, which opens to No Name Lake. Since it had rained the night before, the lake was slightly brown, but it seems from the reviews that it is browner now from additional rain. As other reviews state, continue for the beautiful summit views! I would consider this only a moderate hike if you take the road to the trailhead. It was a great hike! We saw a couple Subarus when we got back to our Jeep, so I guess it depends on the recent weather conditions. There will be a limited permit for this hike next year.

wandern
kein schatten
scrambling
steinig
4 months ago

Couldn’t get the Outback up to the trailhead after the thunderstorms so took this route from Todd Lake. Gorgeous as always, but disappointed to see campers along the lake when the forest service has prohibited camping within a 1/4 mile. The lake water quality has been very affected by human impact recently...and I wish that everyone could respect this sacred place. However very happy to have taken in the breathtaking views again!

wandern
Gebühren
kein schatten
steinig
4 months ago

Great trail. But I was a bit unlucky that when I got to the top, the lake was brown - not the blue I was expecting. Maybe it was the rain the night before? Wanted to start from the Broken Top trailhead, but I just couldn’t make it on those roads, had to back up and turn around (driving a Subaru Outback). So I started at Todd Lake. First couple miles through the forest was nothing special, but once it opens up, it’s great.

The best trail I've done in Oregon! The views on volcanoes and glaciers are amazing! And all the colorful hills! The trail itself is long and boring, but the end point is very much worth it. There are shorter trails to get there, but their trailheads are not accessible even by a usual Subaru.

wandern
4 months ago

CLOSED DUE TO FIRES!

wandern
kein schatten
4 months ago

Started at 12 and was up, swimming, and down within 4 1/2 hours. Really not too difficult of a trail, just long! Definitely jump off the rock into the water when you reach the lake! I went on a Monday and hardly saw more than 6 people which was great considering how busy the trailhead was. I was going to drive to the upper trailhead for the 5.5 mi version, but wasn’t confident with my Honda CR-V considering the giant potholes. Sunscreen is a must with the amount of exposure on the trail!

wandern
kein schatten
käfer
abseits des Weges
schnee
scrambling
steinig
4 months ago

rucksacktour
4 months ago

Beautiful views the whole hike. The lake and views at the end are amazing. Not too challenging a good mix up uphill and flat terrain.

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