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  You'll never forgive yourself if you donít go skiing at Summit at Snoqualmie if you're here. You could also visit Olallie Lake since you're here at Lost Lake; it's close by. Don't leave Lost Lake without first going for a hike along the Greenwater Trail; Corral Pass is a glorious campground nearby. Lost Lake is one of the lakes here in the Northern Cascade Range. The FR 7030 Bridge to Highway 410 sector is a splendid 7.2-mile-from-start-to-finish category II(IV)
    run of whitewater on Greenwater River. The FR 7030 Bridge to Highway 410 sector of Greenwater River is advised for paddlers of medium know-how.

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These outdoors activities are available near Lost Lake.
 Lakes Near Lost Lake:
Granite Lake, Yakima County, 14 miles away
Saint Jacobs Lake, Lewis County, 16 miles away
Olallie Lake, King County, 18 miles away
Flat Iron Lake, Yakima County, 20 miles away
 Public Lands Near Lost Lake:
Mount Baker-Snoqualmie National Forest, Washington, 3 miles away
Federation Forest State Park, Washington, 17 miles away
Lake Easton State Park, Washington, 21 miles away
Mount Rainier National Park, Ashford - WA, 39 miles away
 Campgrounds Near Lost Lake:
Corral Pass, Goose Prairie, 2 miles away
Pyramid Creek Sno-Park, Snoqualmie Pass, 3 miles away
Pacific Crest Trail Trailcamp 2342.6 - Big Crow Basin, Goose Prairie, 4 miles away
Government Meadows Horse Camp, Goose Prairie, 4 miles away
 Hotels Near Lost Lake:
Suncadia Resort, Cle Elum, 32 miles away
Salish Lodge Spa, Snoqualmie, 35 miles away
Best Western Snowcap Lodge, Cle Elum, 36 miles away
Timber Lodge Inn, Cle Elum, 37 miles away
GuestHouse Inn Enumclaw, Lincoln, 37 miles away
 Hiking Trails Near Lost Lake:
Lost Lake Trail, Pierce County, 1 miles away
       12 hiking miles, 2942 feet elevation difference
Greenwater Trail, Pierce County, 2 miles away
       9.2 hiking miles, 1028 feet elevation difference
Castle Mountain Trail, Pierce County, 2 miles away
       3 hiking miles, 591 feet elevation difference
 Ski Areas Near Lost Lake:
Crystal Mountain, Washington, 5 miles away
      3100 foot drop, 11 lifts, 50 runs
Summit at Snoqualmie, Washington, 17 miles away
      2280 foot drop, 26 lifts, 96 runs
Alpental, Washington, 19 miles away
      2280 foot drop, 5 lifts, 19 runs
 Whitewater Near Lost Lake:
Greenwater River, Pierce/King County, 6 miles away
      Class II(IV) - 7.2 miles long (FR 7030 Bridge to Highway 410)
White River, Pierce County, 6 miles away
      Class III - 10 miles long (Silver Springs Campground to West Fork White)
American River, -blank- County, 8 miles away
      Class II-III+ - 7.5 miles long (Lodgepole Campground to Hell's Crossing)

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