Be prepared it is hard we only got a mile in, we werenât really prepared so we did lower cataract trail instead. stopped at that first meadow. Your efforts here will get you up and over the lip and into the Surprise Lake basin in 1.5 miles, but the wayÂ is steep (you'll gain 1000 feet in that 1.5 miles) and becomes rocky in places. Relentless (but moderate grade) uphill the first two miles, not a ton of diversity in vegetation, mostly dense pine forests. This video is unavailable. We were there during peak melt, so lake levels were a little higher than normal, but usually the lake is covered in beautiful lily pads. Dogs are also able to use this trail but must be kept on leash. Look for the trail to the left of this gate. This one is very inclined!!!! Went up 1 mile today. 176, my most recent GAIA track Favorite Eats After Hike: Route 2 Taproom and Grazing Place, Espresso Chalet Find out current conditions and as always, practice Leave No Trace. Wonderful hike. You will then drop down to Glacier Lake, siting within an impressive granite basin. Surprise Mountain 15.5 miles with 4,100 feet of elevation gain, 6,330 ft high point. From the parking area, hike up the closed road, past the Bear Creek Mountain trail to a red gate. Mosquitos! Just hiked up to Surprise lake. The Lake Surprise Loop Might Be One Of The Most Beautiful Short-And-Sweet Hikes To Take In New Jersey. Beautiful everywhere you go. Warning for backpackers: overnight, 4 vehicles were broken into. Three of them were in a group. Put this one on your list of places to explore along Highway 2.Â. Tipperary Lake fills a large, marshy flat along Cataract Creek. Bearfort Ridge, Surprise Lake, Quail Trail From the trailhead, follow the white blazes. Nice shaded hike for warmer days. Make your way towards the lake,Â which lies not much further ahead. The first 3/4 of the hike is a steady climb with several small water crossings. For Glacier Lake, continue past the day use area at Surprise Lake, then begin climbing again.Â It'sÂ steep but thankfully short-lived; Glacier lies less then a mile ahead. The trail quickly looses the old road it starts on and follows Surprise creek for nearly 5 miles until it reaches Surprise lake at 4509 feet. Tipperary Lake - 10.25 Miles Round-Trip The Surprise Trailhead is located 25 miles NW of Silverthorne, CO in the Eagles Nest Wilderness.Tipperary Lake (9,768') is one of six lakes accessible in a day from the Surprise trail network.. Self-issue at trailhead (no fee). Definitely bring mosquito repellent. (And we won’t bother with a third one, since we all know how that turned out.) The trail offers a number of activity options and is accessible year-round. Washington Trails Association is 501(c)(3) nonprofit. Wherever you decide to rest, treat it with respect as you would if you were a guest in someone's house. We probably went a few weeks too early for this specific trail. Pass another junction with the PCT and stay to the right to avoid climbing up to Trap Pass. Seattle, WA 98104. There are also some good fishing opportunities in the lake. Soon, you'll pass a sign indicating you're entering the Alpine Lakes Wilderness. The trail to Surprise Lake offers relatively easy access to some of the great alpine country of the Goat Rocks Wilderness. The lakes were beautiful. Which was pretty good! Surprise Lake and the surrounding land is entirely on private property. Settle down on the granite boulders that line the lake and take in the … good amount of vert going in with heavy mosquitos, but it's worth it. I measured about 3.2 miles from the trail head to the lake. Return to the trail and continue west. Beautiful views. Hike or Snowshoe Details: You can improve or add to this guidebook entry, Washington Trails Association Baker-Snoqualmie National Forest, Skykomish Ranger District, Buy the Green Trails Stevens Pass No. Dogs are also able to use this trail but must be kept on leash. Trail clear of blowdown all the way to Surprise Lake. Surprise Lake resides a short distance southwest of Stevens Pass, just inside the border of the Alpine Lakes Wilderness area. 176 map. As you make your way up the valley, notice small waterfalls feeding theÂ creek. The Hike to Surprise and Glacier lakes starts on trail #1060 just east of the old railroad settlement of Scenic at 2200 feet of elevation. Most were Brook Trout, about 8-10 inches. Great hike! From Monroe, drive east on Highway 2 to the small town of Skykomish and continue for another 10 miles. Trail is clear of any fallen trees to climb over! Travis Cox, From towering old-growth giants to placid lakes with craggy mountain views, this hike has everything you want in a trail. This protected area givesÂ those old trees a safe place to get even older and more majestic. The orange-blazed Quail Trail bears left just after leaving Surprise Lake and it gradually descends from the northern ridges of the State Forest. If you are looking for a long strenuous day of hiking in the woods for about 11.5 miles with 1,800′ of elevation gain then the Eaglesmere – Surprise Lake Loop Trail is for you. Great hike, fish are biting! Hike the Surprise Lake Trail 4.6 miles to Surprise Lake (4,500 ft). Glacier Lake makes a great spot for overnighting or for a longer day hike. Surprise Lake hikes are like the Tobey Maguire Spider-Man movies – the first one is perfectly acceptable, but the second one is where you’ll find most of the awesomeness. Little cold at night but the views are amazing and if you bring a fishing pole don't expect anything bigger than 8 inches but it was fun catching them. There are overnight sites as well as a designated day use area at the lake. The lake is very pretty and the best view of it is if you walk to the left when you hit it. Length 2.2 miElevation gain 705 ftRoute type Out & back Echo and I had an excellent time hiking up to Surprise Lakes near Skykomish. While Surprise Lake is popular in the summer, few people make the trek in the winter, making this a good time to do some exploring and get the lakes all to yourself. Tried to go to Upper Cataract, after the trail split for Upper Cataract it was heavy snow. Steady climb up, take water! Turn right onto this. Glacier Lake makes a great spot for overnighting or for a longer day hike. Looking towards Eagles Nest Peak from Eaglesmere Lake on the Eaglesmere – Surprise Lake Loop Trail. Dogs are also able to use this trail but must be kept on leash. With a light dusting of snow the night before it was a winter hike without the winter temps. When you get up there they have a sign that says no fires. Lots of down trees that you have to hurdle over but otherwise beautiful! The return is … While you're at this creek, look for the American Dipper, a bird that likes to dance around in the shallow pools. At the lake (as others have noted) there are quite a few lily pads in the water but that didn't seem to effect the fishing. NF-7810 is a bridge that crosses the Carbon River. Remember not to leave wallets, purses, cell phones, or other valuables in view in your vehicle. Contributions to WTA are tax deductible, and we are committed to making the best use of every donation to our mission. The first part of the trail has a lot of aspens and that was beautiful, but if I try making it to mirror lake again, I'll wait until august when the trail is hopefully free of snow/water. Watch Queue Queue. (Side note: You don't need to register at Bear Creek Mountain - the actual register for Surprise Lake is a couple miles up the trail.) Surprise Lake is a 6.5 mile moderately trafficked out and back trail located near Silverthorne, Colorado that features beautiful wild flowers and is rated as moderate. Luckily, friendly, squeaky pikas that make the upper scree fields home will welcome you with their calls.Â Take breaks and listen to these sweet little creatures as needed. .75 miles from the 3rd switchback and 4.60 miles from the trailhead the trail junctions with a short side trail to Surprise Lake. To continue on to Glacier Lake, keep heading south along Surprise Lake’s banks. The road to the lake is gated, but kept open to hikers by the property owners. Surprise Lake - 8.4 Miles Round-Trip The Surprise Creek Trail runs 4.1 miles south from Stevens Pass Highway through pristine old growth forest to Surprise Lake, located in a craggy cirque topped by Surprise and Spark Plug mountains. From Glacier Lake, continue on the Pacific Crest Trail 1.6 miles to Surprise Gap. Trail Map | Photo Gallery. . A half-mile from Surprise Lake enter a big talus slope and locate the evident, but unmarked trail leading down to the lake. After that, you’ll follow the puddingstone conglomerate Bearfort Ridge for a few miles. If you have a built 4x4 vehicle drive up to Surprise Lake. Our tax identification number is EIN 91-0900134. Pack out what you pack in, and if you are staying overnight, camp only in designated spots.Â. Surprise Lake Trail is a moderately difficult, 6.5 mile out-and-back trail that travels through forest and leads to a beautiful alpine lake. Crest the lip of valley, where the trail grade evens out once again. Beautiful flowers at the beginning of the trail. 1.3 miles from the trailhead, after crossing a few streams, youâll cross Surprise Creek via a log bridge. The trail offers a number of activity options and is accessible year-round. We did this memorial day weekend and were one of the first people on the trail still It was snowy and steep but by the time we left 30 people had come up and so coming down the trail was a breeze. Lots of dogs on the trail, Didn't actually do the hike. “I’d love to see you do write up on the Surprise Lake loop in Greenwood Lake (technically in NJ, the real starts on the ny/nj border). Trail was in decent "Spring shape". Once you reach the basin (which also Surprise Lake trailhead is one of the very few trailheads that starts out on the east side of Goat Rocks Wilderness, making for a gentle hike with scenic views along the way. Continue 1.1 miles to Glacier Lake (4,800 ft). Park at the Lupine Meadows Trailhead for best access. There are no facilities at the trailhead, but there are good restrooms back at the Iron Goat Interpretive Site. Get Direction: Yunus Emre Distict Şehit Volkan Koçyiğit St. N:18-20 Karabağlar/İzmir Amphitheater Lake is a mere quarter mile uphill from Surprise and is a great place to try some night photography. Take this turn and enter a grove of old-growth. Begin your day by hiking up an access road under powerlines for roughly 0.2 miles before finding the Surprise Lake trail sign on your left. But you're not to your final destination! Great hike. Camping on the East side of the lake is spacious but windier. If you’re looking for something to do on a slow morning or afternoon, this short hike in New Jersey has big payoffs! Pretty please. There were large puddles and downed trees to crawl over that added to the fun. No snow - June 6. great backpacking trail! Muddy but passable . heavy bugs!!? Cross the tracks and immediately turn right, parallel to the tracks, following a dirt road for 0.3 mile. Only saw 5 people the entire hike. Definitely make sure to bring tent/shelter food! Trail Description. Watch Queue Queue Once you pass Surprise Lake, turn left onto the Surprise Lake Trailhead, and you'll be back to the Surprise Lake Trailhead in 2.4 miles. We turned around after 1.3 miles. The snowshoe and crossing-country skiing route more or less follows the same trail that accesses Surprise Lake in the summer, winding through a narrow creek valley filled with ancient forests and abundant wildlife. Thanks to whoever brought my Chaco back to the trailhead! Very steep but a very nice view. There's a boulder you can climb up on and jump from, as the water is deep enough there. Stayed overnight at Upper Cataract Lake. There are so many wonderful ways to enjoy the natural beauty that New Jersey has to offer. Head straight on to the lake, which is clear and deep blue with Spark Plug and Surprise Mountain looming overhead. It's a wide singletrack without views and fanfare, but still a very nice hike in the woods. It's signature "dipping" dance is unmistakable. It's a little wet all-year round and very wet in the rainy seasons. After you pass the well-marked Iron Goat Interpretive Site on your left, drive another 0.3 mile and take an unmarked right. Amphitheater Lake Includes Lupine Meadows, Amphitheater Lake, Surprise Lake _____ Trailhead: Lupine Meadows Trailhead Distance: 4.8 Miles (one way) Elevation Gain: 2,962 vertical feet (See map at bottom of page) The hike to Amphitheater Lake in Grand Teton National Park is among the popular Grand Teton hikes but is not an easy one. Surprise Lake is a 2.2 mile heavily trafficked out and back trail located near Hewitt, New Jersey that features a great forest setting and is rated as moderate. After 3 miles of this pleasant grade, the time has come to climb. It’s a gorgeous hike, views of the Greenwood Lake, on a clear day you can see some Manhattan skyscrapers, the “Surprise lake”, rhododendrun tunnels, another isolated mountain lake. The trail switchbacks up the mountains for five miles, before reaching Surprise Lake. Surprise Lake is one of many local hiking places located north of Dora Mountain (12,119 feet) on a tributary to Otter Creek that flows into Green Mountain Reservoir. From there, it’s another quarter mile on to Amphitheater Lake. Great hike! Shortly after passing a small lake, find an unmarked trail on the right-hand side, beneath a talus slope. Was the most beautiful hike Iâve ever done! This trail intersects with Gore Range Trail. Surprise Lake is a great place to take a quick dip in, and by the time you've gotten here, you have done almost all the hard work (for the uphill half of the hike, at least). Great hike! While this trail is not long, it is challenging due to the rapid up and down of the ridge trail and some rock scramble sections throughout. A half-mile from Surprise Lake enter a big talus slope and locate the evident, but unmarked trail leading down to the lake. camped at the first large space at surprise lake and I'm looking forward to heading to upper cataract next time. Taking the trail a bit farther from Upper Cataract to Mirror Lake is well worth it. As the trail nears the top of the climb, a small pond from snow melt is on the right side of the trail. Surprise lake was nice, but small shoreline was dominated by a camping group. Good fishing at all of them and plenty of options for camping. Rugged trail to Surprise Lake with plenty of views, mountain laurel, a rhododendron tunnel, and some scrambling. Camping on the West side is also spacious but all the hikers continuing up the hill will walk past you. The trail switchbacks up the mountains for five miles, before reaching Surprise Lake. I went through 2L. Fly fishing from the shore is a bit challenging due to trees and brush. Wildflowers! Leaving the bridge behind, the grade eases a bit as the trail continues to follow the creek further up the valley. I planned to go all the way to mirror lake but could barely make it to surprise lake, there were tons of fallen trees blocking the path, pools of water to walk around, and snowbanks to climb through. Trail Description: The trail for Surprise and Amphitheater Lakes is a strenuous, 10.1 mile trail that takes you to two alpine lakes.Park at the Lupine Meadows Trailhead for best access. Bring a towel to dry off or sit on a rock and let the sun do the work! Hike by WTA Correspondents: You're my hero! We can’t wait for you to join us! Please respect this. SLC is one of the nation’s longest-running Jewish sleepaway camps—and the starting point for lifelong friendships, spectacular adventures, skills, confidence, and warm community. To retain access to this lovely lake, please respect the private property and refrain from entering any structures you may encounter on your outing. Preferred Tipperary Lake bigger/more open lakeshore, but some mosquitos. Pretty lake with lily pads. Lake was a sweet end spot and saw lots of great wild flowers along the way. The trail for Surprise and Amphitheater Lakes is a strenuous, 10.1 mile trail that takes you to two alpine lakes. Surprise Lake is crystal clear and by mid-summer has warmed up enough that a jump in will feel more refreshing than painful! Knee Knocker Saddle via Upper Piney River Trail and Mount Powell Summit Trail, Surprise Trailhead Mirror Lake and Cat Lake, Slate Lake via Boulder Creek Trail and Slate Creek Trail [PRIVATE PROPERTY], Harrigan Creek Trail to Gore Range Trail to Slate Creek Trail, Mirror Lake via Gore Ranch and Upper Cataract Trail. 705 2nd Ave, Suite 300 . Park to the side of NF-7810 near NF-7840. But before the lake, you'll reach a junction with the Pacific Crest Trail (PCT). The lake is beautiful, but the even greater country comes beyond the lake, so be sure to spend extra time in the area to fully explore the mountain country. Lots of mosquitoes so bring bug spray!! From the third switchback, the trail switchbacks ten more times before Surprise Lake. Thick forest that almost looks enchanted with the color changing on the forest floor. Follow this road for 0.2 mile through the old railroad community of Scenic, though nothing remains of the town but railroad tracks. Mt. The views are not as good from the Surprise Lake Trail as there are from the Eaglesmere Trail. You will come to a small parking area which can hold at least six cars, and another similar parking area just beyond it at the trailhead. Easy to find and stay on trail. Dedicated hikers ONLY. Welcome to Surprise Lake Camp, where generations of campers ages 7-15 call home. WTAâs Commitment to Stand Against Racism, Wilderness permit. We spent the first night at Surprise Lake, and the second at Upper, and also took hikes to Kat Lake and Mirror Lake. The only sounds of the âreal worldâ was the occasion plane in the sky. This would be a great trail in July or August or Fall for leaf peeping. When you arrive at Surprise Lake, bear to the left and follow a user trail around the east side of the lake. Unfortunately, even in places we feel are safe, things like this can happen. The Surprise Lake Trail is one of the few that enter from the east, and it is also one of the most gentle and scenic. Settle down on the granite boulders that line the lake and take in the views of the towering peaks above. Subscribe to our free email newsletter for hiking events, news, gear reviews and more. This allows you the best views of the mountains to the west, including Curtis Gilbert, the tallest mountain in the Goat Rock Wilderness. Would have been a better hike if it wasnât rainy and we had bug spray. 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