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Frog Lake Trail begins at the Pacific Crest National Scenic Trail near Frog Lake Sno-Park or at the Frog Lake Campground. The trail from the Sno-Park to the campground is flat and the tread is wide as the trail follows an old 2-track road for nearly half the distance. Some parts of the next segment are difficult to follow due to tread destruction and user trails in the campground area, however, a trail sign along Road 2610 near the campground marks the path of the trail. Upon leaving the campground, the trail immediately begins a climb with grades from 10-30% nonstop to its junction with Frog Lake Butte Trail #484. The tread here is narrow (8′) with exposed roots and embedded or loose rock. Visitors can make a loop hike by taking Frog Lake Butte trail north to Twin Lakes and the Pacific Crest trail south to Frog Lake. (No bikes are allowed on the Pacific Crest Trail).

Directions: From Sandy: Travel east on Highway 26 to Frog Lake Sno-Park (4.5 miles southeast of its junction with Highway 35). Walk north on the Pacific Crest National Scenic Trail for approximately 100 yards to the trailhead sign. A more common way of accessing the trail is to drive or walk south of the Sno-Park on Road 2610 to Frog Lake Campground. A trailhead sign is along 2610 east of the campground.

Seasonal Access: Normally Accessible: Spring-Fall

Facility Type: Trail

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