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=== Description ===
 
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Devil's Meadow is a nice place to take a rest or camp.
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Devils Meadow, just off the Burnt Lake Trail, is a nice place to take a rest or camp. There used to be a car campground here.  There are a number of places you could camp, so if someone's already there you can still find a spotIt's under old-growth trees which offer good shelter, but there aren't any views.
 
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It's kind of busy - there can be a lot of people passing by going up to East Zigzag Mountain or wherever.
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The meadow isn't muchThere's a side trail going over to it but you can't see much.
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The trail from the South Burnt Lake Trailhead used to be a road, so it's an easy hike.
 
The trail from the South Burnt Lake Trailhead used to be a road, so it's an easy hike.
  
There used to be a car campground here.  There are a number of places you could camp, so if someone's already there you can still find a spot.  It's under old-growth trees which offer good shelter, but there aren't any views.
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Revision as of 19:47, 17 September 2021

Campsite at Devils Meadow (Jerry Adams)
  • Elevation: 3900 feet

Description

Devils Meadow, just off the Burnt Lake Trail, is a nice place to take a rest or camp. There used to be a car campground here. There are a number of places you could camp, so if someone's already there you can still find a spot. It's under old-growth trees which offer good shelter, but there aren't any views.

The trail from the South Burnt Lake Trailhead used to be a road, so it's an easy hike.

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