Robinson Lake Trail #4342

  

The Robinson Lake/Deer Butte Trail is located in the Mt. Washington Wilderness. The trail meanders through a moderately forested, sub-alpine ecosystem, access Kuitan and Robinson Lakes.

At a Glance

Permit Info:
Usage: Medium
Restrictions:
Water: Requires treatment
Passes:
Information Center: McKenzie River Ranger Station

General Information

Directions:

From McKenzie River Ranger Station, drive east on Highway 126 about 4 miles to Scott Creek Road No. 2649. Take Road 2649 about 8 miles to Road 676, past the junction of Road 640, (look for hiker symbol). Turn left and drive about ¼ mile to the end of the road and Fingerboard Prairie Trailhead. The trail can also be accessed from Benson Trail No. 3502; park at the Tenas Trailhead on Road 640. To access from the Robinson Lake Trailhead, travel east on Highway 126 from McKenzie River Ranger Station to Robinson Lake Road 2664. Take Road 2664 about 4 miles to the trailhead.


General Notes:

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Activities


Hiking

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Day Hiking

Great trail for a wilderness walk.

Difficulty Level: Easy to Intermediate

Backpacking


Horse Riding & Camping

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Location

 
  Area/Length : 
  7.2 mile
  Elevation : 
4000 feet