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Mud Lake Loop Trail

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Short, steep run to a small, scenic lake stocked with fingerling trout.


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Map Key

1.0

Miles

1.6

KM

84%

Runnable

2,103' 641 m

High

1,748' 533 m

Low

355' 108 m

Up

18' 5 m

Down

7%

Avg Grade (4°)

40%

Max Grade (22°)

Dogs Unknown

Features Lake · Views · Wildlife

Need to Know

There is an obvious pull off from 410 with room for several cars. The trail is easily visible from the pull off. If you can't see the trail from where you pulled off, you may be at the wrong pull off. There are two of them near each other, so check the other one.

Runner Notes

Some loose rocks on the steepest of the inclines but nothing dangerous.

Description

A short, steep ascent from Highway 410 to a small lake hidden in the hills. The lake used to be accessible via a dirt road (Mud Lake Road) but it has been closed for some time. The only way to access the lake now is via this trail.

A very small outlet comes out of the lake and runs down into the Naches River. This is what waters the green trees and vegetation to the right of the trail on your run up. Lots of signs of elk and other animals in the area.

Once to the lake, you'll find a loop trail that circles the lake.

Flora & Fauna

Wildflowers in the spring.

Contacts

Shared By:

Jon Smith

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  3.0 from 1 vote

#4

in Naches

#26863

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#4

in Naches

#1,297

in Washington

#26,863

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