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The Top Lake Trail is a route of moderate to steep grades which accesses the southern portion of the Pacific Crest Trail on the Lake Wenatchee Ranger District. The last quarter mile of the trail is a steep and eroded descent to Top Lake, within a half mile of the PCT. There is a horse camp located 400 feet west of the lake (do not camp with stock at lakeside campsites). The trail is 5.4 miles in length.

Directions: From Lake Wenatchee, Take National Forest Road 65 west to Forest Service Road 6701. Turn left onto 6701 and continue on this road. Approximately one mile beyond the Theseus Creek Campground, take a right at the "Y" onto Forest Service Rd 500 and follow for 3 miles to the trailhead.

Elevation: 3,900 feet

Distance: 5.4 miles

Difficulty: Moderate/Strenuous

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Wenatchee National Forest, Washington

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