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Oldenberg Lake Trail - No. 45

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Deschutes National Forest
136471 Hwy. 97 N
PO Box 208
Crescent, OR 97733

Phone:
541-433-3200
Basics
Length:
9.7 miles one-way
Difficulty:
Easy
Time:
4 - 5 hours
Trailhead Elevation:
4950 feet
Elevation Range:
4950 feet to 5950 feet
Elevation Change:
1000 feet
Season:
Summer to Fall

Description

In the Oregon Cascades Recreation Area. Trail begins at Windy/Oldenberg Trailhead on F.S. Rd. 60 at west end of Crescent Lake and goes south to the Skyline Trailhead on F.S. Rd. 60 near Windigo Pass. There is a junction with the Summit Lake Trail No. 46 near Oldenberg Lake. This trail is part of the old Oregon Skyline Trail, and Oldenberg Lake is the largest of the many lakes you will encounter. The trail is very popular for family hiking and passes through lodgepole pine and occasionally mountain hemlock. Also provides access to Pinewan, Bingham and Nip-and-Tuck Lakes. The trail crosses Historic Elliot Wagon Road at Pinewan Lake.

Details

Length:
9.7 miles one-way
Difficulty:
Easy
Time:
4 - 5 hours
Trailhead Elevation:
4950
Elevation Range:
4950 feet to 5950
Elevation Change:
1000
Season:
Summer to Fall

Map + Directions

Basic Directions

Windy/Oldenberg Trailhead at the east end of Crescent Lake or Skyline Trailhead near Windigo Pass.


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