Explore Fox Creek and Mavis Lakes

Explore Fox Creek and Mavis Lakes

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Distance

7.8 Miles

Elevation Gain

1637 Feet

Activities

Chillin, Camping, Running, Backpacking, Hiking

Skill

Intermediate

Season

Spring, Summer, Autumn

Type

Out-and-Back

Dog Friendly
Easy Parking
Forest
Lake
Picnic Area
Scenic
Waterfall
Wildflowers
Wildlife
Swimming Hole

The Fox Creek and Mavis Lakes Trail is a 7.8 mile hike that explores several small lakes in a quiet corner of the Trinity Alps Wilderness.

The Fox Creek and Mavis Lakes Trail is great for finding tranquility and solitude. Dogs and horses are allowed on this trail. If you want to spend the night, free wilderness permits are required. Campfire permits are required for fires and camp stoves. 

Photo: Ah Zut

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Always practice Leave No Trace ethics on your adventures and follow local regulations.

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Distance

7.8 Miles

Elevation Gain

1637 Feet

Activities

Chillin, Camping, Running, Backpacking, Hiking

Skill

Intermediate

Season

Spring, Summer, Autumn

Type

Out-and-Back

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