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This trail leads a half mile northward from the High Divide Trail to the northern shore of Lunch Lake. It provides access to two camping areas in Seven Lakes Basin.

The trail to Lunch Lake, a.k.a. Seven Lakes Basin Trail, is a half mile one way and leads south from the High Divide Trail. From the High Divide Trail this route descends sharply then levels to enter the western side of Seven Lakes Basin. The basin lies in the subalpine terrain immediately north of High Divide, which separates the Sol Duc drainage from the Hoh drainage. The trail crosses the outlet stream of Lunch Lake before reaching its terminus on the northern shore of the lake. There are two primitive camping areas along this route.

Directions: From junction of Highway 101 and Sol Duc River Road, Drive southward on the Sol Duc River Road 14 miles to roads end and the Sol Duc Trailhead. This trail is accessible from the High Divide Trail. Hikers can reach it via the Sol Duc River Trail or Deer Lake Trail.

Elevation: 4,800 feet

Ending Elevation: 4,450 feet

Usage: Heavy in Summer

Difficulty: Moderate

 
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