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Lake Alice is a natural three mile long reservoir formed by a massive landslide thousands of years ago. The scar from the event is still visible on the side of Lake Mountain. There is no natural outlet to this 200 feet deep lake. Spring Lake Creek emerges from the mountain a mile below the natural dam and merges with Hobble Creek in a half-mile.
Getting there: From WGFD: From Cokeville head north on Wyoming 232, turn at Coal Creek (USDA Forest Service road 10062, turn on FS10066, turn north on FS10193. The Hobble Creek campground is approximately 1 miles past the Hobble Creek crossing. From the campground hike 1.2 miles to the lake.