MOUNT PRINCETON HOT SPRINGS RESORT
PASS CREEK LAKE.
This lake sits in the San Isabel National forest at 11,360 ft. The largest cutthroats are found in a stream leading into the lake on the south and west banks. Banks make a great shelter for larger cutthroats. Deep snow banks make this lake impossible to reach until June of each year. Flyfishing here is almost always productive (especially grasshopper patterns). Chippewa Mountain (12,850 ft) overlooks this lake and is quite scenic. Elevation and distance profiles can be found in a guidebook “Central Alpine Lakes“.
Pass Creek Trailhead:
ALPINE LAKES HIKING & FISHING SPOTS
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