123 – Diablo Lake Trail

It’s all about power – hydro power! We hiked the Diablo Lake Trail from Diablo Dam to Ross Dam. Under the bright blue sky, this scenic trail high above the beautiful emerald green Diablo Lake had plenty of stunning mountain peak views along the way. A stellar day for sure!

Happy hikers ... we are
Happy hikers … we are

Information and recent trip reports for the Diablo Lake Trail can be found here – http://www.wta.org/go-hiking/hikes/diablo-lake – on the Washington Trails Association website. Few hikers seem to venture down this trail even though this is an incredibly wild and scenic part of the country and well worth the effort. If you get the chance, you should go!

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