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Pyramid Lake

From Oregon Hikers Field Guide

View of Pyramid Lake (bobcat)


Pyramid Lake is a shallow, five-acre expanse just within the boundaries of the Roaring River Wilderness. It is surrounded by dense montane forest although a scree slope backs its south shore.

There is an outhouse here. Also, there are numerous campsites on the north shore and a couple on the south shore. Because of the short hike in, it is a popular overnight destination on summer weekends.

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