- Difficult (from Marble Pass)
- 9.6 miles round trip
- 1200 feet elevation gain
- Open mid-July through October
- Use: hikers, horses, bicycles, motorcycles
- Difficult (from Road 030)
- 6.2 miles round trip
- 2265 feet elevation gain
Expect mountain goats and wildflowers in the high meadows at Twin Lakes, in a cliff-rimmed cirque at the southern end of the Elkhorn Crest Trail. Take your choice of two trailheads. Start at Marble Pass if you prefer a gentler trail and don’t mind a grueling drive. Start at Road 030 for an easier drive but a steeper hike.
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This chapter taken from the book 100 Hikes/Travel Guide: Eastern Oregon.