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Varney Creek Trail to Lake Como

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#12 von 18 Wegen in

Varney Creek Trail to Lake Como ist ein 9.6 Meilen langer, moderat besuchter Hin- und Rückweg in der Nähe von Klamath Falls, Oregon. Er führt entlang eines Sees, entlang eines Flusses und es gibt schöne Wildblumen und oftmals Wildtiere zu sehen. Aufgrund der Steigung und Distanz ist die Strecke als schwierig einzustufen. Es gibt verschiedene Aktivitätsmöglichkeiten. Die Route ist am besten von März bis Oktober zugänglich. Hunde sind auf diesem Weg erlaubt.

Entfernung: 9.6 miles Höhenunterschied: 1,620 feet Routentyp: Hin & zurück

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Wandern

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Vogelbeobachtung

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Wildblumen

Wildtiere

Sturmholz

Brücke geschlossen

A out and back trail that terminates at the Mountain Lakes Wilderness Loop. Two creek crossings, a few hillside meadows. A narrowed scenic view at the pass before trail drops down to join the Mountain Lakes Wilderness Loop. Trail head sign mileage is 4.5 miles to the loop, actual distance is about 4.26 making round trip around 8.5 miles.

wandern
käfer
5 months ago

wandern
5 months ago

*FIREWATCH* Currently a fire burning on the shores of Lake Harriette. 5-10 acres.

wandern
käfer
6 months ago

Just did a quick overnighter. The trail is in great shape as are the mosquitoes.

7 months ago

waiting till summer to check out again. We hit snow. great hike!!

reiten
Tue Sep 04 2018

Took the horses up there this past weekend. Wonderful trail for riding! Beautiful scenery, a couple of bridges to cross FYI. Lake Como is a really pretty little lake. Beginning of September so the bugs weren’t bad. There were a couple of big blowdowns that we had to detour around; one of them was on a pretty steep hillside. A handy horse can make it no problem but an inexperienced horse or rider might find it a little intense. All in all a wonderful day ride!

wandern
Fri Oct 13 2017

Very pleasant hike through a pine forest. Very clean, easy-to-follow trail, even after an inch or two of fresh snow. Flat from trailhead to Varney creek crossing (~1.2 m), then a very gradual, evenly-graded incline towards the loop - never steep. Walked to the loop and back in 3.5 h, including breaks. Our GPS agreed with the posted mileage of 4.5 m to the loop (not 4.26). Past outdated reviews note trees on trail; the trail is now completely clean.

rucksacktour
Thu Oct 05 2017

i like this hike and have done it a handful of times. cold weather came early this year. we camped at Como but woke up to spitting snow and fog. pretty fall foilage, quiet, clean trail.

wandern
Fri Jul 15 2016

this was a beautiful hike even though we didn't get to finish due to the mosquitoes. there are a lot of them in July so don't forget your big spray. also the path is quite narrow on some spots so makes strollers very hard to control. all in all my family of 5 really enjoyed it.

Mon Jul 27 2015

Awesome trail! Very gentle climb!

wandern
Mon Jul 13 2015

Nice day hike took about 4 hours roundtrip including a stop at lake como for lunch. the majority of the trail offers nice shade, but like others have said bug spray is a must.

wandern
Mon Apr 20 2015

I would like to add that they went in and cut all the downed trees. You can get passed everything now.

wandern
Mon Mar 30 2015

My 10 year old son and I just hiked this trail went about 1.5 miles and got to a bunch of downed trees due to a huge windstorm and had to turn around which was fine for us cause we were just out for a small day hike anyways. We would've loved to go further but I didn't want to crawl over a bunch of the trees. With that said, it was a great beginning part of the trail, not hard at all my son called it easy with the exception of the downed trees. I hope to do this trail the whole way next time we visit Klamath Falls again.

wandern
Mon Mar 30 2015

Would be a three star if it was not for the dead falls and blow downs. The trail has not been serviced in more than several years there was a wind storm with winds over 80 mph this last winter and there are dozens of new fallen trees across the trail and they completely obliterated the first creek crossing. Expect to spend 10 minutes crossing the creek here as it is dangerous and there really is no going around it as the entire canyon is loaded with blow downs and dead falls. Above 6,200 feet the trail is much more manageable providing there is no snow on the ground. Among the pictures I uploaded you can see the condition of the creek crossing for yourself a bit. Just multiply what you see by a factor of 2 or 3. Other than that, the trail is more of an access into the Mountain Lakes Wilderness area. It terminates at the mountain lakes loop 4.26 miles in. It offers a limited narrowed view towards north Klamath lake when you make it to the pass before the trail drops down to join the loop trail. Access to the creek is also very limited, no real water features to mention other than the two creek crossings the trail does. Other than those two crossings the trail stays a distance from the creek.

wandern
Mon Apr 21 2014

Great day for a hike, turned back before junction due to snow over the trail.

wandern
4 months ago

wandern
Fri Mar 30 2018

wandern
Mon Jan 01 2018

aufgezeichnet Recording - Aug 15, 03:21 PM

wandern
Tue Aug 15 2017

aufgezeichnet day 1

wandern
Wed Aug 12 2015