Twin Lakes Trail
Twin Lakes Trail is a 10.3 km moderately difficult hike that takes you to two lakes. This hike is suitable for active children and enjoyable over and over. Routefinding is not a challenge and there are no especially difficult sections except for some light overgrowth in spots. Expect moderate traffic.
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Route Description for Twin Lakes Trail
The Twin Lakes Trail is a wonderful moderate hike that can be enjoyed by most skill levels. This trail is easy to follow and scenic. You can admire the huge cedar trees and lush understory of the forest as you hike to the lakes.
Begin from the trailhead. The route climbs up the slope beside you, but it’s fairly gradual. After some gentle elevation gain, it evens out as it traverses the slope and follows the creek. Wrap around the northern leg of the slope and continue to follow along the creek. This will lead you to the lakes. You can walk along the upper shore of the first to reach the second. The trail ends here, so turn around and retrace your steps back when you’re ready.
Getting to the Twin Lakes Trail Trailhead
The trailhead for the Twin Lakes Trail is near the Napeequa Crossing camping area just before the end of White River Road.
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