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Lower (East) Twin Lake

From Oregon Hikers Field Guide

Lower Twin Lake (bobcat)

Description

This lake is fed by two creeks, with the egress creek being the North Fork of Battle Creek. The spur trail to this lake can be easily missed, which makes it a little more secluded than Upper (West) Twin Lake. Both lakes are about 12 acres in size and both support a population of brook trout.

Most of the northern shore of this lake was burned in the 2011 Mother Lode Fire. You can scramble through brush and over windfall along the west shore to a couple of good campsites.

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