This is a great short day hike up to a beautiful alpine lake surrounded by towering, rocky summits. The views on the first section of the trail are spectacular. Expect to see wildflowers, cascading glacier-fed waterfalls, and great views out to Woodland Mountain, Devils Thumb, and Mount Neva. Trail conditions: The lower section of the trail is very popular and stays wet well into the summer months. The section from the Arapaho Pass Trail up to the lake is extremely wet, and there are several stream crossings. Expect to get wet. Most sections of the trail are well marked and easy to follow.
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Directions to: Diamond Lakeprint directions
Trail Statistics & Information
|Season||Best June to October|
|Trailhead Elevation||10,100 ft|
|Top Elevation||10,900 ft|
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