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Accessing small but attractive lakes situated high in very rugged terrain, Calf Lake Trail offers a side trip from the better known Shackleford Trail.

Calf Lake Trail offers a side trip from the better known Shackleford Trail. This trail accesses small but attractive lakes situated high in very rugged terrain. Lightly used, this trail ends just below Calf Lake. From here, the ABC Lakes, considered a "discovery" opportunity, can be reached via difficult cross country access.

Directions: From Fort Jones, Travel west on County Hwy. 7F01 for approximately 6 miles to the intersection with a second County Hwy. which crosses Meamber Bridge and turns off to the south at Meamber School. Travel for a mile on this road, then head right when it branches. Continue south for about 3 miles for Forest Service Rd 43N21. Follow this road for about 6 miles to Shackleford Campground.

Elevation: 4,400 feet

Distance: 5 miles

Usage: Light

Difficulty: Moderate/Strenuous

 
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Klamath National Forest, California


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