Little Squaw Trail -
The Little Squaw Trail is a beautiful short interpretive hike that takes you past two mountain lakes. This provides the visitor with many opportunities for picnicking, and swimming, as well as fishing for cutthroat and rainbow trout.
This is an excellent hike for the entire family!
Attractions and Considerations: Beginning at the Squaw Lake parking area, the trail follows a maintenance road for 1/8 mile to Big Squaw Lake. Immediately after reaching the lake turn right and follow this road for another 1/4 mile to Little Squaw Lake. The trail crosses a footbridge below the outlet of the lake, and climbs briefly before entering a mixed conifer and hardwood forest. The dense forest provides shaded cover in the summer heat. Interpretive signs give the visitor an opportunity to identify the types of trees and vegetation found along the trail.
The trail also provides access to a primitive road that contours around lower Squaw Lake. The road is closed to motor vehicles and offers easy access to the lake.
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