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White Pine Lake

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Jim C wrote a review Jan 2019
Logan, Utah23 contributions8 helpful votes
I've done this trip to White Pine Lake many times by foot and on horseback. We have taken many groups into White Pine Lake and everyone has enjoyed the trip. The hike is not difficult except for a short stretch near the lake of about 300 yards. Highly recommend this as a day hike for anyone that is in reasonable shape.
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Date of experience: August 2018
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Montana_Rustler wrote a review Jan 2019
Logan, Utah345 contributions100 helpful votes
It is about 4 miles one way from Tony Grove lake into White Pine lake. The hike is gorgeous, and of moderate difficulty. One is often rewarded by seeing moose along the trail or at White Pine Lake. We've taken scout groups into White Pine many times for overnight backpacking trips, and it has always been a great outing. The trail is well marked. There is a daily use fee for parking at Tony Grove Trailhead (right by the lake), but one can avoid the fee by parking in other undeveloped areas further away.
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Date of experience: July 2018
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BrotherBoggs wrote a review Jan 2019
Covington, Louisiana150 contributions86 helpful votes
Our family has hiked to White Pine Lake several times and always have enjoyed it. It is a bit long but has little elevation gain other than the first few hundred yards and the last quarter mile dropping down to the lake. Summer time gives you a beautiful hike with mountains, wild flowers a cold lake to soak in at the end of the trail.
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Date of experience: September 2018
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chelsie2017 wrote a review Jul 2018
Laie, Hawaii2 contributions8 helpful votes
We backpacked in with our two pups and stayed one night. The hike in was very easy. It’s dry up there and our pups needed some stops along the way to drink. The way back was hot and dry and we had to take double the breaks for our pups. The more difficult part was right at the start of the hike back but it wasnt anything too difficult. Our pups have little legs and they did it fine and had fun. The lake was beautiful and refreshing.
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Date of experience: July 2018
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Kevin R wrote a review Dec 2017
23 contributions37 helpful votes
Have done this hike a few times over the years. It is 3.8 miles each way, and a gradual climb from trail head at Tony Grove Lake. There are some switchbacks the last part of the hike that drop down to the lake. Easy going in, a bit of a climb coming out. Your quest is rewarded with a really cool mountain lake up against a mountain. Fun hike to pack a lunch into and do as a day hike. Kids can easily do this hike. NOTE: They charge for parking at the Tony Grove parking area.
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Date of experience: June 2017
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