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This trail ascends through a very old noble fir/ mountain hemlock open forest. Benches and a lava flow will be encountered before this trail junctions with the Maiden Peak Trail from Gold Lake. Excellent views of Odell and Davis Lakes, Diamond Peak, and the Three Sisters will be experienced. Forest regulations prohibits use of motorized vehicles on this trail to prevent soil erosion.

Directions: From Crescent: Take County Road #61. Turn right on Cascade Lakes Highway, Road #46, and go 3.5 miles. Turn left on Forest Service Road #4660 and travel 4 miles. Travel straight ahead on Road #4664 one mile, turn left onto Road #4660-100 for 0.8 mile to the trailhead. The Maiden Peak Trail begins about 2.5 miles from the trailhead. Trail #41.1 leaves Trail #41.

Seasonal Access: Normally Open: Spring-Fall

Facility Type: Trail

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