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Burnt Lake is located in the Pinedale Region of the Bridger-Teton National Forest. At 815 acres, it is the smallest of the Finger Lakes that were fomed by glacial activity. While small in surface area, the lake has an average depth of 50 feet with a maximum depth of 126 feet. The lake is surrounded by pine forests with Wind River Mountain peaks visible to the east. Falls Creek provides the wat... Log infor full details...
Getting there: From National Forest Service:
From Pinedale, drive south on US Highway 191 for 11 miles. Turn left(east) on the Burnt Lake Road. Continue on this rough road, bearing left at the junction with the Boulder Lake Dam road. About 10 miles from the highway you will reach the National Forest Boundary. The road is rough gravel and a high clearance vehicle is recommended. RVs are not advised.