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The Indigo Lake Trail (#3649) is an easy 1.9 mile hike. This trail winds through open stands of mountain hemlock, Pacific silver fir, and high mountain meadows before reaching Indigo Lake. Named for its intense, deep blue color, the lake lies nestled below the jagged Sawtooth Ridge. A small, primitive campground invites you to spend the night. Bring a fishing pole to coax lively rainbow or cutthroat trout onto your line.

Directions: From Eugene: Proceed south on Hwy. 58. Follow Hwy. 58 for 2 miles east of Oakridge. Turn right onto the Kitson Springs Road. Turn right onto FS Road 21. Follow Road 21 for 32 miles to Road 2154; turn left. Follow Road 2154 for 12 miles to Timpanogas Campground. The trailhead is located adjacent to the campground.

Seasonal Access: Normally Open: Summer-Fall

Facility Type: Trail

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