DHS Sep 16, 2018

Lakes Canyon Trail

"Starting at the south end of Lundy Lake, the Lake Canyon trail steadily climbs the narrow canyon between Gilcrest Peak and Mount Scowden. Interesting remains of mining history can be seen in this area. Visitors should remember that the Antiquities Act protects all artifacts from being damaged or removed, so be sure to leave historical items where they are. It is 3.3 miles to reach Oneida Lake with Blue Lake nearby." - Forest Service

Lundy Canyon Trail

"A steep climb past several cascading waterfalls leads to Lake Helen on the Lundy Canyon trail." - Forest Service

"Lundy Canyon is a hidden gem in the Eastern Sierras. Many people only think the Lundy Lake is the only attraction in this canyon. But they are totally wrong. The hike begins past the lake where the dirt road ends - trail begins. This is a easy hike. The highlight of a hike are cascading waterfalls." - AllTrails.com

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Lakes Canyon Trail ~ Oneida Lake

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Lundy Canyon Trail

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