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Upper (West) Twin Lake

From Oregon Hikers Field Guide

Upper Twin Lake (bobcat)


The north shore of this lake has numerous campsites, and its proximity to the Twin Lakes Trail #573 makes it a more popular destination than Lower (East) Twin Lake. The lake is about 50 feet deep and about 12 acres in size. There are brook trout here and the shady shores are as yet unscarred by recent fires.

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