gallery Lake Solitude

Humid, cloudy, and perfect day for a new hike. I’m loving all the new trails this summer. They may be short or easy, but a new hike is always an adventure. We would have taken the whole loop over to Twin Lake Reservoir, but there’s still a bit too much melting snow. The hike down from Twin Lake Reservoir is still a muddy slip and slide! On a positive note, Lake Solitude is FULL of fish, so if you can find a way to access the water, you basically have full reign of a lake super duper full of trout!

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