Four Lakes Basin Trail #104

Length 0.9 Miles, Elevation: 10700-10900ft
Four Lakes Basin trail provides access to Jean, Dean, Dale, and Daynes Lakes from the Highline trail #105. The trail climbs to the Ashley National Forest Boundary and there becomes Cyclone Pass trail #102. This trail is in the High Uinta Wilderness.

 This trail connects the Highline Trail with the scenic Four Lakes Basin.

At a Glance

Best Season: July-September
Restrictions: This trail is located in the High Uintas Wilderness, so follow the proper rules and regulations.
Information Center: For more information contact the Heber-Kamas Ranger District at 435-783-4338.

General Information

General Notes:

Trail open to: Hiker, Horse
Connecting Trails: Highline Trail #105, Cyclone Pass trail #102
Trail Grade: Trail grade ranges from 5 to 25 percent

Trail Considerations: Trail is in a Wilderness area. Please follow Wilderness rules and regulations. ALL FIRES ARE PROHIBITED WITHIN ¼ MILES OF LAKES. GAS STOVES WILL BE NECESSARY FOR COOKING. Camp at least 200 feet from the edge of all lakes. Also, camp out of sight and sound of trails, streams, and other campers.

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Follow Mirror Lake Highway (HWY 150) east out of Kamas for 34.5 miles. Park at Highline trailhead. Travel 6.7 miles east on the Highline trail to reach Four Lakes Basin #104.




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  Area/Length : 
.82 miles