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Lipstick Lake Trail, which lies deep in the Russian Wilderness Area to the west of Callahan, is served by the Duck-Eaton Trailhead. Take the signed trail following the roadbed past Horse Range Creek. Look for the Lipstick Lake Trail sign. Another mile up a steep trail will bring you to the tiny, 1.25 acre Lipstick Lake.

Continue past the Lipstick Lake Trail junction a couple of miles to the Music Creek Divide for access to the Pacific Crest Trail and points to the north or south.

Directions: From Callahan, Travel north on State Hwy. 3 for approximately three miles to the junction with Forest Service Rd 40N22. Turn west onto this road and continue for about five miles before turning left (south) onto FS 41N14. After roughly a mile, turn right onto an unmarked forest service road. Follow this back north for about 1.5 miles to Duck-Eaton Trailhead. Take the signed trail following the roadbed past Horse Range Creek. Look for the Lipstick Lake Trail sign.

Distance: 1.0 miles

 
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