Pine Creek Lake Trailhead
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The coolest place we've ever been. It is a difficult hike, so pack plenty of food, water, and bear spray. Look it up on Alltrails before you go.
Pine Creek Lake is a beautiful destination after a 5 mile tough hike! Be sure to pack lots of water, snacks, hiking poles and bear spray for this thigh burner! Check the US Forest Service website before you go for local conditions.
Length: 10 miles (round-trip) Duration: 6 hours Difficulty: Moderate to difficult (very difficult in snow and mud) Elevation Gain: 3,400 feet Activities: Hiking, backpacking Crowds: Moderate traffic About Pine Creek Lake is set in a huge glacial cirque below the north slope of Black…
Head 5.4 miles north on East River Road (State Hwy 540) to Luccock Rd. Go to end of road until you reach Pine Creek Campground. Trailhead is at east side of campground. Comfortable 1.25 mile hike to a great waterfalls. Dogs are welcome.
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