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Fish Lake Trail

Fish Lake Trail offers an easy single-track trail that winds along the North shore of Fish Lake. Great views of Brown Mountain offer a nice backdrop to the lake. Start either at the east end of the lake near the Campgrounds or the west end where Little Butte Creek intersects Road 37. Fish Lake Trail is often used while riding the Brown Mountain Loop or an extension of the High Lakes Trail.

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