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Thousand Lakes Wilderness


A small wilderness area set in the southern portion of the Cascade Mountain Range. Twenty-two miles of trails through volcanic & glacial formations, rocky ravines, mountain slopes, open meadows, & stands of lodgepole & red fir. The 16,335 acre wilderness is dominated by 8,677 foot Crater Peak. Glacial action is responsible for carving the many small lakes & ponds scattered throughout the area. There are 7 major lakes (the largest is Eiler), all with good trout fishing.

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