This segment travels west-east on the lower slopes
of Bunker hill through mixed-conifer forests of Douglas-dir,
lodgepole and ponderosa pine.
Lemolo Lake (to the south) is the largest reservoir
in the North Umpqua Hydroelectric Project. The lake
was formed in 1954 behind a 120-foot rock dam and covers
Lodgepole pine trees surround a small resort, day-use
area, and four campgrounds. Panoramic views of the
High Cascades (Mt. Thielsen) can be seen from the
north on road 700 as it crosses the trail. In approximately
1/2 mile, you'll come to Crystal Springs and a dispersed
campsite. The moss-covered springs demonstrates
the high water sotrage capacity of the volcanic
rock of the high cascades.