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Hiking and Snowshoe to Lake Twenty-Two


We will start out hiking an snow shoe farther up the trail, bring yak tracks or the equivalent, as well as snowshoes and roles!!!

Be there 15 minutes early to get ready for the hike.

Length: 5 miles roundtrip

Hiking Time: 4-5 Hours

Elevation Gain: 1250 feet

Difficulty: Moderate (Please consider the length, difficulty, and elevation gain).

Maps: Green Trails Granite Falls No. 109 or Silverton No. 110

Parking Pass: Northwest Forest Pass is required for each car.

Pets: Leashed dogs allowed on this trail.

Cancellations: If you end up having to cancel, please do so no later than 24 hours before the hikes starting time. This will allow someone on the waiting list to move up automatically and the hikes Host will be notified you're not attending the hike. For additional infomation see Files; in the More tab.

Carpooling: Please Step Up and Drive a Carpool. Everyone needs to take turns with driving carpools. Email your cell phone number to carpooling members, don't post it on the hike site. For additional infomation see Carpooling Guidelines; in the Pages tab.

Driving Directions: To get there, from Granite Falls drive east on the Mountain Loop Highway past the Verlot Public Service Center and continue east 2 miles to the Lake Twentytwo trailhead on the right (south) side of the highway. Privy available at trailhead.

For a WTA Description of the Trail, a Driving map, Mileage and Driving time: go to type in this hike, just below the Google map at the bottom of the page, click open in new window, type in your starting place and click get directions. For additional infomation see Files; in the More tab.

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  • A former member
    A former member

    I couldn't believe how many people where hiking to Lake 22 today! Only seen three people with snowshoes, about thirty people total on the hike to the lake. Most of the people didn't even have microspikes on they're boots! It was clear when I started the hike, but it was starting to cloud up at the lake. It was a great hike, I never took my snowshoes off my pack, I did have microspikes on my boots.

    February 10, 2013

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