Wednesday, July 5, 2017

Lost Twin Lakes- Part 1

For this short Independence Day week here is a short blog post on pure American wilderness.  The pictures below are from last weekend's backpacking trip into the Lost Twin Lakes located in the Cloudpeak Wilderness of Wyoming's Bighorn Mountains.  Brook trout and native Yellowstone cutthroat were plentiful, the former in tributary streams, the latter in the lakes themselves.

Enjoy the pictures, more to come on the trip next week!
Cheers & Tight Lines,
Brad

Trail into the Lost Twin Lakes, Cloudpeak Wilderness,
Bighorn Mountains, Wyoming




View from my tent.  The lakes are located below the cliffs.
The lower Lost Twin Lake

Ice on the lower Lost Twin Lake

A beauty of a Yellowstone cutthroat trout.



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