Lake Trail to Anne’s Trail is a 6.2 mile loop trail located near Kelseyville, California that features a river and is rated as moderate. The trail is primarily used for hiking and nature trips.

Length6.2 miElevation gain820 ftRoute typeLoop
HikingNature tripsForestLakeRiverViewsWildflowersWildlife
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Thomas Granger
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Soph B
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Trail was a very beautiful diverse hike through sections of chaparral, dense oak/pine/manzanita forests, and river beds. The views from the higher elevation areas of the hike were beautiful and the lake view was incredible. Definitely a little muddy and steep in areas so be prepared for that! There are MANY alternate trails that branch off from the main one that we followed. Make sure you have the map available, cell /gps service was actually mostly available the whoel time

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Zach West
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Julie P.
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Very diverse trail, we really enjoyed it. The air quality was luckily ok at the time we did it. We saw about 20 deers (juvenile/adult) throughout the trail, quails, turkeys, blue jays, and even a (juvenile) rattlesnake that pushed us to take an alternative route as it was rattling and ready to attack. We also saw a few nice flowers despite being in the dry season. Parts of that trail is in the open, and some scattered parts are in the shade. Be sure to put sunscreen on and bring sunglasses/hats, it can get pretty hot out there! One essential note: please please please pack your trash with you at any time. Throwing in the Nature is inacceptable. There are services created to collect your trash once you throw them in the proper bin, it is not that hard to understand and to comply with it. Thanks to the local volunteers for maintaining that trail. I would still like to highlight a few points: - some paths starts to be a little too overgrown and could enjoy some trimming (on 09/13) - it would be really nice to improve the marking on the trail and on the parking board (for instance with trails suggestion but also name of each trails + them being rigorously indicated on the trail). We had to have the AllTrails app open at all time to know where we were going. We had a hard time finding the start of the hike, and ended up taking the trail in the other direction than the one on AllTrails.

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Elysse Turney
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It was beautiful views. But some of the trails were not well maintained.

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Lisa Anderson
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Jeffrey Combs
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Linda Winfield
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