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    Michael Lopez completed Duffy Lake Trail

    2 months ago

    Michael Lopez reviewed Broken Top Loop Trail

    about 1 year ago

    Just completed this loop today.

    Started at Three Creeks Trail. Camped the first night at Golden Lake. No problems whatsoever. No Snow. Approximately 7.7 miles though a burnt forest, meadows and a couple river crossings. Bring sandals for the crossings. This section was all soft sand on the trail. Much like walking on the dry portion of the beach.

    Day two was a long difficult one. 10 miles from Golden Lake to the No Name Lake.

    Day Three was out from the ice lake to Tam McArthur Rim and back to Three Creeks Lake. When leaving the lake it can be easy to lose the trail. Having said that, it's also very easy to find/follow the trail. Either set your compass bearing and aim for the end of Tam McArthur Rim, or just follow the AllTrails geotrack. Look for all the cairns to help guide you. Just make sure you hit the Tam McArthur Rim Trail at the very end. I walked passed it and had to climb 150 yards almost straight up in loose lava rock to get back on the trail.

    There were multiple snow crossings both approaching the mountain and leaving the mountain. All easily passable.

    The last few miles down from Tam McArthur to Three Creeks is very steep and harder than I expected.

    Thank you to whomever uploaded this track. It was an incredible help.

    Michael Lopez completed Broken Top Loop Trail

    about 1 year ago

    Michael Lopez saved Broken Top Loop Trail

    over 1 year ago

    Michael Lopez reviewed Duffy Lake Trail to Red Butte Peak

    over 1 year ago

    hike into Duffy Lake and up to Mowich Lake. did not go any further due to the snow.

    About two miles up the tree towards Duffy Lake the trail had a river crossing. It was about 25 feet wide and about 18 inches to 24 inches deep. So bring some wading shoes or river sandals until the water dries up.

    Michael Lopez saved Marion Lake Trail

    over 1 year ago

    Michael Lopez saved Crabtree Lake Trail

    over 1 year ago