Twenty Mile Trail #085

  

Twenty Mile Lakes

The west trailhead is accessed via Warren Wagon Road and features a horse unloading ramp, hitching rails, and toilet. There is a large parking area with sufficient space for trailers. From the west, this trail is an easy hike for the first three miles before the trail splits at the intersection with the North Lake/Twenty Mile Lakes Trail #315. From this intersection the trail continues for 6.5 additional miles to Duck Lake and eventually Lick Creek Road at the Duck Lake Trailhead. The Twenty Mile Trail #085 is open to two-wheel motorized use.

 

Twenty Mile Lakes Trail Recreation Opportunity Guide PDF

Duck Lake Trail Recreation Opportunity Guide PDF

At a Glance

Current Conditions: Reference the Interactive Trail Map for current maintenance status. 
Closest Towns: McCall, ID
Water: No
Restroom: Vault Toilet
Operated By: Forest Service
Information Center: Open to specific motorized use. Payette National Forest Motor Vehicle Use Map and Additional Information HERE

General Information

Directions:

West Trailhead - Travel north from McCall on Warren Wagon Road, past Upper Payette Lake. The trailhead is two miles north of Upper Payette Lake on the right. A short gravel road leads to the trailhead.

Duck Lake Trailhead (East) - From McCall, take Lick Creek Road approximately 18 miles to the trailhead on the left.


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