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Mohawk Lakes

A Great Hike, with sites to see everywhere!
Rating: 5 out of 5 by EveryTrail members
Difficulty: Moderate
Length: 3.2 miles
Duration: 1-3 hours

Overview :  Mohawk Lakes is a fairly easy hiking trail with great views. If your only in it for the first few lakes, it makes for a great 1 to 2 ... more »

Tips:  - Basic Hiking essentials... WATER, why would you hike with out it?
- Food if you plan on being out for a while.
- Hiking Gear. Your ... more »

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Points of Interest

1. Mayflower Lake

This is a great first resting point. It flattens out a little bit and you have a great lake to view while you catch your breath.

2. View From the Hike Up!

3. Water Falls

Go right just off the cabins and take the steep trail up by the waters fails, you wont regret it!

4. Water Falls 2

5. Lower Mohawk Lake

1 mile from where we parked you will reach Lower Mohawk Lake. This Lake offered amazing views for only 1 mile in.

6. Mohawk Lawk

At this point you reach Mohawk Lake, quite the lake! Now we were 1.4 miles in and around 1000 feet of elevation gain.

7. Lake 5

This is Lake 5 if you decide to continue on.

8. Lake 6

Lake 6 is awesome! If your going make the hike definitely make it to lakes 6 and 7. The trail disappears from here on out.

9. View From the last Lake, Lake 7

We continued on from here, but if you want to get to all of the lakes on the Mohawk lakes trail, hike up to lake 7. We where now about 3 miles in at 1500 feet of elevation gain.

10. A Few From The Top

Nearing the end of the hike. We planned to continue on to Pacific Lake but got turned away by an afternoon storm heading in. The end of the hike was around 2000 feet of elevation gain and 3.30 miles up.