Best camping trails in Bull of the Woods Wilderness, Oregon

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#1 - Pansy Lake, Dickey Lake, Bull of the Woods, Mother Lodge, Pansy Lake Loop
Bull of the Woods Wilderness
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Length: 7.1 mi • Est. 4 h 12 m
#2 - Pansy Lake Trail #551
Bull of the Woods Wilderness
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Length: 4 mi • Est. 2 h 21 m
#3 - Bagby Trail to Silver Lake
Bull of the Woods Wilderness
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Length: 18.4 mi • Est. 9 h 37 m
#4 - Pansy Lake Trail, Bull of the Woods, Welcome Lakes, Geronimo, Mother Lodge
Bull of the Woods Wilderness
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Length: 13.8 mi • Est. 8 h 14 m
#5 - Twin Lakes via Battle Ax Mountain and Bagby Trails Loop [CLOSED]
Bull of the Woods Wilderness
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Length: 13.1 mi • Est. 7 h 33 m
Note: Due to the ignition of Beachie Creek Fire, on August 17, 2020, the government has closed all trails near, and in the Opal Creek Wilderness. This will allow more room for the firefighters. This will also include the Twin Lakes via Battle Ax Mountain and Bagby Trails Loop. This trail takes you up the steepest parts of Battle Axe first where the views of the surrounding hills and Elk lake expand to the entire wilderness. Jefferson, Hood, and the Sisters are visible from the top. Once you soak in the views, it's time to get off the peak. The trail drops down the West side of the mountain and cuts over the ridge to meet with the trail to the twin lakes. Spend the night at the upper lake. The lake is fed by a spring and is clear and cold. Return the following day the easy way. Look up at the peak and marvel at the 2,000 foot elevation difference between the two trails. the lower trail crosses some streams and marshy areas and can be overgrown at times.Show more
#6 - Lake Lenore Trail
Bull of the Woods Wilderness
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Length: 12.2 mi • Est. 6 h 54 m