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Three Lakes Trail (elevation 6,200 feet) is a narrows, very rough road with turnouts that lead 13 miles from Lower Bucks Lake to the trailhead. A pleasant trail that climbs gradually 1 mile to upper Three Lakes. From this trail there is a 0.5 mile connector to the Pacific Crest Trail.

Directions: From Quincy, Travel west on Primary Forest Route #414 for approximately 11.5 miles and turn right onto Primary Forest Road #301. Continue 0.5 miles around the lake and turn right onto Primary Forest Road #33. Travel approximately 3.5 miles around the western shore of the lake and the campground will be on the right. Take a four-wheel road from the campground north to 5 miles to Three Lakes. The trail is located at Lower Three Lakes.

Elevation: 6,200 feet

Difficulty: Moderate

 
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Plumas National Forest, California


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