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Crooked Lakes Trail is a more difficult 2.25 mile trail at an elevation of 6,880 feet. This trail extends from Island Lake to Upper Rock Lake. The trail is maintained from Island Lake to Penner Lake, one of the most scenic of the Grouse Lakes, with good fishing and a number of good campsites. From Penner Lake the trail climbs to a forested ridge and then descends to Upper Rock Lake.

Directions: From Nevada City, Travel east on Hwy. #20 for approximately 19 miles and turn left onto Primary Forest Route #18. Travel north and turn east at the Lindsey Lake, Freely Lake, Carr Lake sign. Follow the signs to Carr Lake and park. Continue on by foot to Feeley Lake where the trail starts. Follow the Round Lake Trail to access the trail from the south.

Elevation: 6,880 feet

Ending Elevation: 6,880 feet

Difficulty: Moderate

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Tahoe National Forest, California

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