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Soda Peaks Lake

From Oregon Hikers Field Guide

Soda Peaks Lake (Dean Myerson)

Description

Soda Peaks Lake, formerly known as Lost Lake, is in the southern portion of the Trapper Creek Wilderness in the Gifford Pinchot National Forest. The Soda Peaks Lake Trail (#133) passes by the lake and has trailheads both east and west of the lake. This isolated lake lies nestled in a glacial cirque below the summit of an old volcano that erupted about 360,000 years ago. There are a couple of campsites here, at least one with a fire pit, for overnighters. The lake supports a population of brook trout.

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