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Trail Run: Stag Point, Cleghorn, or Snake Lake

Jesse B.

Member
It was a great time. We took the hard route in because we (I) went straight when we should have turned left, but we still got there without much trouble. The hard route in had a few tight and steep switchbacks that made it exciting, and then the trail got a little easier. The next hardest parts were within the short segment between little deer and snake lake. We stopped at little deer, had lunch, then went on to snake. We had the whole lake to ourselves. Personally, I would like to go again next year, but drive in on Friday, stay Saturday, and drive out on Sunday. It was that nice of a place with plenty to do. I caught a nice brown trout out of snake on Sunday morning that we cooked for breakfast.

I'll try to post some of the pics that others have not already posted.

Snake lake
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Andy on the trail
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Little deer
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Campsite on snake
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View of snake lake from our tent
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Me climbing a rock
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Me and my brown trout
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Camping and drinking : )
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(thanks andy for explaining how to show the full picture. :gringrin:)
 
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