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Lost Lake Overlook

A cache by NateSquared Send Message to Owner Message this owner
Hidden : 05/31/2010
4.5 out of 5
2 out of 5

Size: Size:   small (small)

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Geocache Description:

This cache was hidden while on our way back down to Lost Lake where we camped the night before and instead of hiking back down the canyon we decided to follow the ridge line and drop down. We came to this great view overlooking Lost Lake and I thought it would be a perfect spot for a cache. There are a couple ways to get to this cache. You can either drive within about a half mile of Bybee Falls and hike in or you could come in from the Lost Lake area and hike up the canyon. I suggest the first it is MUCH easier! But if you are adventurous enough then do an over night backpacking trip and hike in from the lake it is a very beautiful but grueling hike. You may need 4x4 to drive to Bybee Falls. You can't drive right up to the falls anymore it has been gated off but you can get close. Enjoy the view!

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