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Huxley Lake

From Oregon Hikers Field Guide

Looking over Huxley Lake (bobcat)


Huxley Lake is a secluded lake on the steep slopes above the Roaring River. Now part of the Roaring River Wilderness, the area is recovering after decades of use by ATVs. There are a couple of campsites at the lake, but the shore is very brushy and access is restricted. Yellow water lilies cover much of the surface, and the lake is home to a vast number of rough-skinned newts. Expect lots of mosquitoes in early summer.



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