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Lost Lake Road Trail (LL)
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Key Map - Lost Lake Trail

Highlights / Points of Interest:

Lost Lake.
Not suitable for swimming, but it comes highly recommended for fishing .

Raspberry bushes


Average Hiking Time (Distance):
From Big Bear campsite:

• to Lost Lake - 15 minutes (0.8 km or 0.5 mi);

• to Dobson Trail - 30 minutes (1.7 km or 1.06 mi).

Descriptions & Directions:

This trail leads east/west from Big Bear campsite on Kennabi Lake to the Dobson Trail and the start of the Pikes Peak Trail. The new markers here are orange.

The route is along an old logging road which is easy to follow.

Drawing of Pines on shore.If you want to leave your canoes at Big Bear, make sure you use proper Scouting etiquette and check with the group camping there.

On the south side, about halfway along the trail is Lost Lake. Not suitable for swimming, it comes highly recommended for fishing .

At the west end, the trail meets the Dobson at a "Y" junction:

  • The fork to the right leads to the main parking area;
  • Straight ahead the Dobson Trail (new yellow markers) leads to another junction (about 50 metres further) in a small clearing filled with raspberry bushes:
    • The Dobson Trail continues to the right to the Hurst Lake Gates;
    • The left fork is the start of the Pikes Peak Trail (new blue markers) which leads to the Mill Site and on to Pikes Peak and eventually to Moore Lake.

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