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Erste Schritte

Maidu Lake Trail ist ein 19.2 Meilen langer, moderat besuchter Hin- und Rückweg in der Nähe von Idleyld Park, Oregon. Er führt entlang eines Sees und durch schönen Wald. Aufgrund der Steigung und Distanz ist die Strecke als schwierig einzustufen. Hier kann hervorragend gewandert, gejoggt, gezeltet und gebackpackt werden. Hunde sind erlaubt, müssen allerdings an der Leine gehalten werden.

Entfernung: 19.2 miles Höhenunterschied: 2,319 feet Routentyp: Hin & zurück

angeleinte Hunde

Rucksacktour

Camping

Wandern

Laufen

Wald

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Aussicht

wandern
3 months ago

Lightly trafficked 22 mile trail. 11 miles in and back. Very few bugs this late in the season. Over night temps low this time of the year. No snow but any later in the year there would be due to temperatures. Definitely a moderate trail to die to gradual elevation change over the entire route. Would highly recommend this trail and will be doing it again next year.

wandern
6 months ago

Lovely section of trail. Very buggy in June, so be prepared! The less interesting walk through the valley is totally worth the lake and Mountain View’s.

Sun Aug 05 2018

Hiked this today but started from the Windego Trail head a little further down the road. It takes about three miles off but based on the signs it was still and 18 mile round trip to the lake. Pretty easy hike for the first 4 miles then the trail heads gradually up hill for the last 5. I would rate it as moderate if it was and overnight instead of a day hike. Lots of cool spots along the way and make sure to take the detour to Lucile Lake on the way up. It doesn’t add much but has some cool views. Be sure to swim if it isn’t too cold! The water Is very clear! You can also make this a point to point by taking the trail around the lake and heading down 2-3 miles to Miller lake! Follow all our adventures on Instagram @themicrotourists.

rucksacktour
Mon Jan 22 2018

This trail is home to my first backpacking trip ever. We left Kelsay Valley Horse Camp around 4:30 pm (we were hiking in early August) and set up camp at Lucielle Lake, which is about 1 mile from Maidu Lake. We wanted to go the extra mile that night but we had completely ran out of daylight. The next day, we made it to Maidu Lake and spent a couple hours eating lunch, napping, and taking in the scenery. We tried a little fishing, to no avail. Maidu Lake is significant because it is the source of the North Umpqua River. This segment is the first portion of the North Umpqua Trail. The hike from the horse camp to Maidu Lake is primarily uphill. There is potential to be virtually eaten alive my mosquitos so bring ample amounts of repellent. I ran out of repellent while on the trip and brought home about 30 mosquito bites as a souvineer.