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Need to Know
This trail goes by multiple names depending on who you ask. Earthwalk Press maps calls this a continuation of the New Fork Trail. The Forest Service calls it Clark Creek #7185. And the sign post at the actual trail says Lozier Lakes.
Starting from the east side off of the "Highline" Trail (or sometimes called Trail Creek Junction), you can use the New Fork Trail (sign posts list this as Lozier Lakes) to connect over to Porcupine Trail. From the east side, you make a gradual climb to get into the basin to reveal Clark Lake. Now you're in it, and it's unreal. The lake is positioned between giant granite mountains on both sides, and there is likely not a soul to be found (I did this on Labor Day weekend and never saw anyone).
After Clark Lake, you'll have a relatively easier climb over a pass and suddently, Lozier Lakes comes into view. Tons of gorgeous alpine lakes as far as the eye can see. Scamper down into this valley, and you're finally treated with the big mamma-jamma, Kenny Lake. This is a great lunch spot.
After Kenny Lake, descend into the New Fork-Porcupine Trail #137
and decide where you want adventure to lead you.
Shared By: Eric Thomas