distance up to Lake of the Woods (difficult to find as it's off trail a bit) and passes Amphitheater Springs and Lemonade Creek (don't drink it). These are small, but pretty thermal areas in the otherwise nondescript lodgepole pine forest. The trail then continues on to meet the road. There is no trail connection back to the campground except the way you came. Parking a car at both ends is desirable. This is a good place to send folks who
don't want to see many other hikers, but it can be under bear restrictions so check before you send people.
Directions: From Beaver Lake, Travel to the beginning of Loop C in Norris Campground and 3/4 mile south of the lake and Picnic Area on the Mammoth-Norris road.
Elevation: 7,400 feet
Elevation Gain: 400 feet
Distance: 13 miles
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