Up the Lake with a Paddle
Volume 4 - The High Country Lake of the Central Sierra Nevada

 

By William Van Der Ven


Table of Contents

Acknowledgments
Using This Guide

Region I: Lakes of the High Country (Highway 88 Scenic Corridor)

Overview of the Region
Paddling Area 1: Scotts Lake
Paddling Area 2: Burnside Lake
In the Eddy: The Hike to Hawkins Peak and Vicinity
Paddling Areas 3 and 4: Woods Lake and Red Lake
In the Eddy: Hiking the Pioneer Road to Devil’s Ladder
Paddling Area 5: Indian Creek Reservoir
In the Eddy: The American White Pelican: A Bird of the High Desert Lakes
Paddling Area 6: Tamarack Lake
Paddling Area 7: Lower Blue Lake
Paddling Area 8: Twin Lake
Paddling Area 9: Upper Blue Lake
In the Eddy (Section I: Southern End): Hiking the Western Ridgeline of Upper Blue Lake
In the Eddy (Section II: Northern End): Hiking the Western Ridgeline of Upper Blue Lake
Paddling Area 10: Lost Lakes
Paddling Area 11: Kirkwood Lake
Paddling Area 12: Caples Lake
Paddling Area 13: Silver Lake

Region II: High Country Lakes of the Mokelumne River (Highway 88 Scenic Corridor)

Overview of Region
Paddling Area 1: Bear River Reservoir (Lower Bear Lake)
In the Eddy: A Hike Through a Glacial Landscape
Paddling Area 2: Upper Bear Lake
Paddling Area 3: Salt Springs Reservoir
In the Eddy: The Hike to Salt Springs Pond and the Blue Hole
Paddling Area 4: Lake Tabeaud

Region III: Region III: Lakes Within The Stanislaus River Drainage (California’s Scenic Highway 4 Corridor)

Overview of Region
Paddling Area 1: Utica Reservoir
Paddling Area 2: Union Reservoir
Paddling Areas 3 and 4: Summit Lake and Elephant Rock Lake
Paddling Area 5: Spicer Meadow Reservoir

Appendices
Bibliography and References
Glossary
About the Author
Other Publications by the Author

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