Glacier Lake - TRAIL

Glacier Lake - Trail, Nevada City, California

After going past Carr lake you will come to a stream crossing (with no bridge). This is Feeley Lake. At the go across the stream to the end of the dam and go left. From here follow the trail to Glacier Lake.

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Jeremy   [Aug 08, 1999]

This is a really fun, technicall trail.

Similar Products Used: Pioneer Trail
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Steve   [Aug 30, 1999]

The entire trail out and back is only 14 miles at most. Until the last two miles it is not very techinical, but after that it becomes a hike'n'bike event to get to the lake. The downhill is fun, though.

Customer Service

Take the singletrack, not the jeep road up sand ridge.

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Tom   [Sep 30, 1999]

This will add some fun and miles to your ride. Head out from Carr Lake to Glacier Lake. When you get to the Glacier Lake Trail I suggest taking the high trail up to Glacier ( a little cross-country at the end) and the lower trail back (upper has the views, lower is fun to ride). On your way back from Glacier turn right and head down to shotgun lake. Continue past Shotgun lake and turn left up to Rock Lake (a short climb here). Continue to Lower Rock Lake where the trail becomes a road. Follow the road back to Carr Lake.

Customer Service

Carr to Glacier to Shotgun to Rock to Carr.

Similar Products Used: Hole in the Ground
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Lauren Broder   [May 29, 2001]

From Carr Lake follow the signs and check your map every once in a while to get out to the sand ridge single track. The ride is really fun and technical yet ridable even for a gurl. There is one biggish climb up to sand ridge but WELL worth the push. Descend to the five lakes area or glacier lake. Head back the same way or go around the sawmill lake and make it a loop. FYI, There was some snow the weekend of memorial day 2001, but after ALL the buffed-out single track around the area, it make for a fun adventure with some really good ridin.

Customer Service

From Carr Lake follow a lake and cross over some stream crossings, staying straightish, cross another creek through the forest up up up an exposed rocky hill to sand ridge and descend down.

Similar Products Used: south yuba, round mountain, rim
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