Grassy Lake Trail
Grassy Lake Trail
County Road 519
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This trail is located in the Plumas National Forest and is an easy one way .8 mile trail. This trail starts at an elevation of 6,320 feet and goes past Grassy Lake. It then crosses Gray Eagle Creek to join with the Long Lake Trail. If you continue on this trail, you can hike another 3 miles one way on a moderate rated trail. Long Lake Trail gradually climbs to Long Lake. Dogs on leash or off-leash but under direct voice control are allowed. Dogs are allowed on the trails and in the water. Please clean up after your pets. The trailhead is located in the Lakes Basin Campground. The campground is located 9 miles southwest of Graeagle on County Road 519.
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