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Lost Lake

An additional excursion for those visiting Fragrance Lake, Lost lake is a great little side trip to get some additional exercise and enjoy some beautiful green foliage. The path is narrow, somewhat overgrown and quite remote as it is not as popular as the Fragrance Lake trail.

Driving Directions:

There are several ways to get to the Lost Lake trailhead.

One option (most common) is to hike the Fragrance Lake trail, located near the entrance to Larrabee State Park, up to Fragrance Lake. From there, hang a right before you reach Fragrance Lake and follow the service road to the right for about 1/8 of a mile. The trailhead to Lost lake is marked and will be on the left. The Lost Lake is about 2.5 miles from this point.

Alternatively, after driving on SR 11 (from I-5) for almost 15 miles there will be a ranger station on the right with a parking lot. The Lost Lake trail can be accessed from here as well.

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Puget Sound and Islands -- North Sound
Larrabee State Park
Roundtrip 8.4 miles
Elevation Gain 1300 ft
Highest Point 1600 ft
Mountain views
User info
Dogs allowed on leash
May encounter pack animals
May encounter mountains bikes
Discover Pass required

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