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Rainy Lake

From Oregon Hikers Field Guide

Rainy Lake and Green Point Mountain (bobcat)


There is a Forest Service Campground below Rainy Lake (see directions to the Rainy Lake Trailhead). A short trail leads from the campground to the lake. Trails from Rainy Lake connect to the Gorton Creek and Wyeth Trails. You can hike to Wahtum Lake along the old Wahtum Lake Road, which has been converted to a trail.

Rainy Lake itself lies below a scree slide on the east side of Green Point Mountain. The lake has an earth dam along its east side, which also serves as a trail. The dam was constructed in the first decade of the 20th century to create a log pond. A flume ran down the slope from here to a mill at Kingsley.

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