Duck/Hum Lake Trailhead (#085 & #082)

  

Duck Lake photo

The Duck Lake/Hum Lake Trailhead provides access to the Twenty Mile Trail #085 and Hum Lake Trail #082 from Lick Creek Road. The hike to Duck Lake is just under 1.5 miles one way and reasonable for a wide range of ability levels. It does entrail two small stream crossings. At Duck Lake you'll find several dispersed camping sites.

The Hum Lake Trail #082 departs from the Twenty Mile Trail #085 in route to Duck Lake about one mile from the trailhead. Reaching Hum Lake requires a steep climb to approximately 7,800' and a descent of 1,000' down to the lake shore. This elevation gain (and loss) will be replicated on the return trip. Adventurous hikers will be rewarded with great views of both lakes typically only enjoyed by mountain goats and a handful of hardy hikers.

The Twenty Mile Trail #085 is open to two-wheel motorized use while the Hum Lake Trail #082 is designated non-motorized. 

The trailhead includes a vault toilet, hitching rails, and stock unloading ramp. 

 

Duck Lake Trail Recreation Opportunity Guide PDF

Hum 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:

From McCall, take Lick Creek Road approximately 18 miles to the trailhead on the left approximately 1.5 miles beyond Lick Creek Summit. 


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Location

 
  Latitude : 
45.0463152

  Longitude : 
-115.92912

 



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