Thanks, so go up near the upper lake outlet stream rather than take the ridge up and then drop back down.Wandering Daisy wrote: ↑Tue Dec 08, 2020 10:01 amI crossed the outlet of the lower lake, and then walked the north shore and up to the upper lake, fairly close to the outlet stream. It did not seem like anything difficult at all, but I did it on a day-hike, not carrying my pack. Cannot remember, but I think you may have to wade the outlet of the lower lake.
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All I can say is what I did. Cannot compare with the ridge route. Maybe someone else can chime in on this.