Calamut Lake Trail
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The Calamut Lake Trail slowly climbs through a mixed stand of lodgepole pine, mountain hemlock, and true fir. Lake Charline is located midway along the route. As the trail emerges on the south end of Calamut Lake it joins with a footpath around the lake. All three lakes provide excellent breeding grounds for mosquitoes. During very early spring, just after ice-out or late summer-early fall are the best times to visit. Campsites are offered at Lake Linda and Calamut Lake. Lake Linda is located at the trailhead.
Directions: From Prospect: Travel northeast on Highway 230 to its junction with Highway 138. Continue on 138 and turn north onto Road 60, the Windigo Pass Road. Proceed 6.5 miles and turn left onto Road 6000-700, the Kelsay-Calamut Loop Road. Proceed another two miles to Road 6000-740 and turn right. The trailhead is at the end of this road in 0.3 miles.
Seasonal Access: Normally Accessible: Year-round
Facility Type: Trail
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