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Angora Lakes Climb

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dawnsca wrote a review Dec 2019
Singapore, Singapore88 contributions47 helpful votes
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A relatively easy walk...went with two seniors and 3 kids in tow. There beauty scenery all around. The lake at the top is absolutely stunning. There's a cute little store where you can rent row boats and we rowed one out to the other side of the lake to touch the melting snow. We bought lemonade from the store too and it was delicious. Kids loved playing on the beach. It was a wonderful morning :)
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Date of experience: June 2019
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John Z wrote a review Sep 2019
Calgary, Canada179 contributions228 helpful votes
Beautiful place - hike at end to Angora Lake - stop along the way at historic Angora lookout over Fallen Leaf Lake and Lake Tahoe - cabins look great
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Date of experience: September 2019
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fvitale2016 wrote a review Sep 2019
Phoenix, Arizona8 contributions1 helpful vote
do it ..its not a difficult hike,, hard to find and harrowing drive along angora ridge lookout ..bring cash for "California's fees" ...including the air we breathe
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Date of experience: August 2019
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T5548XJsarap wrote a review Jul 2019
Fort Davis11 contributions13 helpful votes
The drive to Angora Lakes is beautiful. We took a 12 passenger Ford Transit so even though the road is rough, you can make it in most any car I would think. When you get to the parking lot, you need to have $8.00 in cash to put in the self pay envelope. After parking, you have about a 3/4 a mile uphill walk to get to the lake. When you crest the hill to the lake, you won't believe the amazing sight. The lake is gorgeous and the granite cliffs surrounding it are stunning. You can rent paddle boards, canoes, and row boats for $24 an hour. The store serves delicious homemade lemonade, Popsicles and sandwiches. Angora Lakes is one of our very favorite destinations, and if you go it will become one of yours as well.
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Date of experience: July 2019
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Marc13510 wrote a review Jun 2019
Kirkland, Washington241 contributions59 helpful votes
Minimal effort with a huge reward. Recently, we returned to Angora Lakes and it never fails to amaze us. We went on a Monday around noon and found parking. Parking is currently $8 and cash is required. The walk to Upper Angora Lake is via a wide path and is doable by people of all ages. Our niece and her husband carried their 15 month old in a pack. We've done it when our daughter was about two years old and she walked the entire way. We always enjoy hanging out on the beach, renting a row boat, jumping from rocks. Looking forward to our next visit.
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Date of experience: June 2019
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