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The Indian Trail is 1.7 miles long and offers an alternate route to Fish Lake via the Skimmerhorn Trailhead.

The Indian Trail offers an alternate route to Fish Lake for hikers using the Skimmerhorn Trailhead. Since there is no bridge over the outlet at Fish Lake and it is difficult to cross with horses, this trail is a hiker only trail.
The trail passes through mixed stands of timber and several small, rocky meadows where wildflowers appear as early as April.

Directions: From Tiller, Travel northeast on County Road #46, which becomes South Umpqua #28. Continue on Road #2823 to Road #2830. Follow Road #2830 to Road #2830-600. Follow Road #2830-600 to the Skimmerhorn Trailhead, approximately 35 miles from Tiller. The trail begins at the junction with Lakes Trail #1578, approximately one mile from Skimmerhorn Trailhead.

Elevation Gain: 890 feet

Distance: 1.7 miles

Usage: Light

Difficulty: Moderate

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Umpqua National Forest, Oregon

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