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High Lakes Trail

A Family Friendly ride, High Lakes Trail is near Lake of the Woods 30 miles west of Klamath Falls. High Lakes Trail starts at the Great Meadow near the summit of Highway 140. The trail winds through beautiful forests, skirts the North shore of Lake of the Woods, and progresses through lava flows with beautiful mountain views en route to its final destination at Fish Lake 9 miles later. The High Lakes trail is wide roller compacted gravel and offers easy to intermediate grades.

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