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Fishtrap Lake is a 6.3 mile lightly trafficked loop trail located near Sprague, Washington that features beautiful wild flowers and is good for all skill levels. The trail is primarily used for hiking and walking. Dogs are also able to use this trail but must be kept on leash.

Length6.3 miElevation gain272 ftRoute typeLoop
Dogs on leashKid friendlyHikingWalkingForestLakeViewsWildflowersWildlife
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Elise Gilmore
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BugsNo shadeOff trailOver grown

While trails are well marked the trail on the app doesn't match the tail markers. the markers match the "off shoot" trails. if you follow the off shoots along the lake you get AMAZING views of the lake and hike along it. Seriously beautiful! It also crosses into ranch land, so know what to do if you come across a bull like we did. :) easy hike, we ended up doing a decent amount "off trail" on the north side and about 7ish miles.

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Brittany Horne Carman
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So many ticks.....

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Gail Maisch
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HikingBugs

Lots of ticks!

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Cynthia Gaede
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Beautiful hike with lots of great views of the lake. There are some awesome hidden caves and deep craters along the lake that you can explore. Lots of down trees along the trail, but are easy to get around on foot. Not a lot of bugs out because its still cold. If it’s windy I would definitely dress warm, but bring a backpack for shedding layers when you warm up. This was our first hike of the season and completed it in 4.5 hrs. The only down side was that you can hear gunfire from the range down the road. Don’t get me wrong I like my fire arms, but it would be nice to do a beautiful nature hike and have peace and quiet. We will definitely do this one again.

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Sandra Roda
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Windie Windie Spencer
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Jon Reisinger
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