Devils Thumb Trail to Jasper Lake
This is a wonderful hike up to beautiful Jasper Lake. Jasper Lake is a nineteen-acre glacier and stream-fed alpine lake situated in a dense spruce forest below the jagged summit of Devils Thumb Peak and the curving ridgeline of Mount Neva. Expect to see abundant wildflowers, alpine lakes, and spectacular views of Devils Thumb Peak and Mount Neva. Snow stays on the trail above the Diamond Lake Trail well into late June. Cutthroat, brook, and brown trout can be found in the clear waters of the lake; bring a fishing rod along. Trail conditions: The lower portion of the trail is maintained and sees heavy use during the late summer months. The upper portion of the trail is rocky, wet, and covered with snow during the late spring and early summer months.
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Trail Statistics & Information
|Elevation Gain||2,000 ft|
|Season||Best May to November|
|Trailhead Elevation||8,600 ft|
|Top Elevation||10,600 ft|
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