Fish Lake and Blue Lake, tucked into the Bluff Creek drainage, offers a taste of the incredible botanical diversity that characterizes the Klamath Mountain region. It’s one of the best places in the county to see the beautiful, regional endemic Port Orford-cedar – and, unfortunately, the effects of the fungal infection that’s decimating it. The route also passes three mountain lakes and offers a nice view of the Klamath River valley. It’s quite unlike any other hike in Humboldt County and great to visit in the fall too.
Six Rivers National Forest Orleans Ranger District: 530-627-3291