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The Sevenmile Trail is 1.9 miles long and locate within the Sky Lakes Wilderness.

From the trailhead at an elevation of 5,480 feet, the Sevenmile Trail crosses Sevenmile Creek and gradually climbs the gentle slopes along the northwest edge of Sevenmile Marsh. The trail winds in and out of lodgepole/ponderosa pine stands and flowered meadows. The stream margins and wet meadows characteristic of this trail are especially fragile microenvironments; please protect them by practicing minimum trace visitation.

The trail joins the Pacific Crest National Scenic Trail #2000 at a distance of about 1.9 miles. Turn left onto the Pacific Crest Trail and travel about three miles southwest to the Seven Lakes Basin, the northernmost basin in the Sky Lakes Wilderness. Turn right at the same junction, travel an eighth of a mile, then turn left onto an unmarked trail which will take you to Ranger Springs, where the water bubbles up from the east and both wildflowers and mosquitoes abound.

Directions: From Klamath Falls, Travel northwest on Highway 140 to Westside Road (County Road 531), near Rocky Point. Travel approximately 17 miles north on 531 to where the road turns west onto Sevenmile Road. Continue straight (north) onto Forest Road 3300 about 2.5 miles, where it becomes Forest Road 3334. The trailhead and small primitive campground/picnic area is located at the end of this road in approximately 5.5 miles.

Elevation: 5,480 feet

Ending Elevation: 5,800 feet

Elevation Gain: 320 feet

Distance: 1.9 miles

Usage: Heavy

Difficulty: Moderate

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Winema National Forest, Oregon

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