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This 3.5 mile trail into scenic and little-known Elk Lake is a great day hike. The trail is fairly easy with moderate ups and downs. The first section of the trail follows an old road. From the crest of the trail there are beautiful views into the wilderness of both southern Oregon and northern California. Be sure to carry water with you as very little is available on the hike.

Directions: From Seiad Valley, Turn up Seiad Creek Rd. Travel about 4.5 miles, then take a left on Forest Service Rd 48N20. it is 7-8 miles further to the pass where Cook and Green Trailhead is located. Walk up the gated road on your left and around the hill. Just below Red Butte, you will see the trail to Elk Lake on your right.

Distance: 3.5 miles

Usage: Light

Difficulty: Easy

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Klamath National Forest, California

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