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Quick Facts

Cygnet Lakes Trail

Difficulty: Easy
Elevation: 8,250 Feet (2571.7 Meters) Approximately
Elevation Gain: Minimal
Length: 8 Miles (13.33 Kilometers)
Recommended Season: Summer




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General Description

Cygnet Lakes Trail, located near Norris, offers an easy eight mile roundtrip hike through intermittently burned lodgepole pine forest and past small marshy ephemeral ponds to the lush meadows surrounding Cygnet Lakes (small and boggy). Day use only! Trail not maintained beyond Cygnet Lakes.

Directions from Canyon Junction: Travel 5.5 miles west to pullout on south side of Norris-Canyon road.

Seasonal Information:
Normally Open: Mid-May through Late September .



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