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Bass Lake Trail

Bass Lake Trail

Bass Lake Trail – Montague California

Location: Montague, Siskiyou County, CA
Length: 5-mile
Difficulty: moderate
Features: water skiing, wakeboarding, and wave runners, sheltered coves, swimming and for sailing, kayaking and pedal boating

About the Bass Lake Trail

A 30-minute drive from the south entrance of Yosemite National Park will take you to Bass Lake Trail. Because of its elevation at 3,400 feet, the 5-mile long lake has warm waters reaching to up to around 24°C during summers that you absolutely enjoy. Various activities are allowed and offered in the lake area like skiing, wake boarding, swimming, sailing, kayaking and pedal boating. Fishing activities are especially popular here. Bass Lake is one of the reservoirs where you can go angling for rainbow trouts, catfish, crappie, walleye, and of course bass. Visitor parking is available in the area. If you want to go with your RV, there are resorts nearby like Bass Lake RV Resort.

Trails In Montague California

There are many trails to choose from in this area. Starting with the easy trails:

Way of the Mono – This is a mile long loop that recommended for kids

Goat Mountain via Teaford Saddle – This is a 3 mile trail that leads up to a look-out with great views. For more challenge, you can take up these trails:

Goat Mountain via Spring Cove – You need to pass thru the Spring Cove campground and trail 4 miles to reach Goat Mountain

Willow Creek to Devils Slide – In this 2 mile trail, you will pass by Angel Falls where you need to be careful of the slippery path and water current

Top 3 Adventure Hacks

1) Go fishing

Fishing is a great way to relax after a long hike. If you’re not a pro, there are guides you can help you catch fishes in the lake. Please observe fishing rules properly. Aside from your fishing gear, prepare comfortable short and shirts to maximize the fun out of this activity!

2) Diverse wildlife

You will encounter many species of plants and animals in the area. Always respect their territories and leave no trace that might endanger them.

 3) Water activities

Aside from fishing, you can try the various activities offered in the area like skiing, swimming, sailing, kayaking and pedal boating.

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