Cuberant Lakes Trail

Difficulty
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Moderate
Duration
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2.5-4h
Distance
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10.6 km
Elevation
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291 m
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Directions to Trailhead

The Cuberant Lakes Trail is a popular hiking route in the western Uintas. This trail takes you past a series of pristine alpine lakes, ending at its namesake: Cuberant Lake. Dogs are welcome to join you on your hike along the Cuberant Lakes Trail but must be kept on leash at all times.

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Route Description for Cuberant Lakes Trail

The Cuberant Lakes Trail is a beautiful hike in the Western Uintas. This trail can get quite buggy in the early summer. If you are hiking in late June or early July, be sure to pack some bug spray or wear long layers to deter the mosquitoes. Mosquitos aside, this trail is gorgeous. With a series of alpine lakes, each seemingly more beautiful than the last, the hike to Cuberant Lake will leave you breathless at every turn.

To hike the Cuberant Lakes Trail, begin at the Pass Lake Trailhead on the north side of Highway 150. From the trailhead, follow the path west for about 0.4 mi to a divide. At this divide, take the trail on your right to head northeast to Cuberant Lake.

Take a well-deserved rest on the shores of Cuberant Lake and soak in the incredible beauty of the Utah wilderness around you. Then, when you are ready to head home, simply retrace your steps back to the Pass Lake Trailhead, where you began.

Getting to the Cuberant Lakes Trail Trailhead

This hike begins at the Pass Lake Trailhead on the north side of Highway 150 just north of the Mirror Lake Campground and Recreation Area.

Route Information

  • Backcountry Campground

    Camping at Cuberant Lake

  • When to do

    July to September

  • Pets allowed

    Yes - On Leash

  • Family friendly

    Older Children only

  • Route Signage

    Average

  • Crowd Levels

    Moderate

  • Route Type

    Out and back

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