Area Status: Unreachable
The Lindsey Lake trail is 3 1/4 miles long. It is located within the Grouse Ridge Non-Motorized Area. The trail begins at Lindsey Lakes and ends at the intersection with the Grouse Ridge Trail.
At a Glance
||Snowed in as of April 10, 2014
||Difficulty Level: More Difficult
Use level: Medium
Trail Access: This trail can be accessed at its west end by taking Bowman Road north from Highway 20. Then turn east at the Lindsey Lake, Feeley Lake, Carr Lake sign. Follow the signs to Lindsey Lake and park.
At its eastern end the Lindsey Lakes Trail bisects the Grouse Ridge Trail.
Topo maps: English Mtn., Graniteville
Trail description: At lower Lindsey Lake a gate controls vehicle access to Culbertson Lake and beyond. Motorized access is for private landowners. PG&E, NID and Forest Service only. One may hike to any of the three Lindsey Lakes or to Culbertson Lake by following the road. Fishing at any of these lakes is fair to good; however, it is generally agreed that Culbertson Lake provides the best fishing. From Culbertson lake, follow the trail to the Rock Lakes. Bullpen Lake, to the west, is one of the few lakes in California which is stocked with arctic greyling. Heavy stands of timber surround the Rock Lakes. The trail continues east to a point where it joins the Grouse Ridge Trail.
For More Information: Tahoe National Forest
Yuba River Ranger District - South
631 Coyote Street
Nevada City, CA 95959