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  1. Linda Selover
    Linda Selover April 2, 2018 at 6:56 pm

    I spent a nice night there, mid Sept, all by myself, except for a coyote chorus that moved around the area that night. Huge campsite areas. It would be a nice spot for a zero day too.

  2. Lange Jorstad
    Lange Jorstad April 3, 2018 at 4:21 am

    Last summer Marie was still mostly frozen in mid-July so I didn’t get the pleasure (at that stage, I was still giddy about crossing Bear Creek in one piece!). Sallie Keyes was thawed, and was indeed beautiful, but very buggy. A stretch of the trail in the meadow south of the lakes was under about a foot of water, and I had the strange experience of sharing the trail with a trout!

  3. Lee Muckey
    Lee Muckey April 3, 2018 at 9:22 am

    I’ve visited Sallie Keyes Lakes a couple of times…the most recent was in the early 80s! Definitely one of my favorites, and I look forward to being there this summer.

  4. Curt Kinchen
    Curt Kinchen April 3, 2018 at 9:08 pm

    It was still buggy in mid August. I recall thinking at the time, it would be a nice place for an overnight, if not for the bugs. We had lunched at Marie and pressed on to MTR.

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