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Tumble Lake

From Oregon Hikers Field Guide

Tumble Lake, with Tumble Rock rising on the left (cfm)


This small lake high above Detroit is ringed by the distinctive formations of Dome Dock, Elephant Rock, and Tumble Rock. The lake spills out on the south end to form Tumble Falls. The lake basin is home to a small population of Alaska yellow-cedar and the huckleberry bushes ripen in September, offering one of the best bounties in the region. There are a few small campsites on the eastern side of the lake.

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