Since the lake is high, here are some of the levels that cause things to change at the Sugar Bottom Trails. The lake forecast currently shows a peak just under 702 ft around the 4th of July. But high water trail routing will probably be in effect for most of July.
|689||First dip in gravel road under; high water routing begins|
|696||Third dip in gravel road under; no vehicle access to shelter|
|701||Troll Bridge Trail (304) sections under water|
|706||Estimate for short bridge on 105; 101 becomes 2-way to the end at the gravel road|
|707′ 10″||48 ft bridge on 101 after Canon’s run under water; this bridge can usually be passed with an inch or so of water on it|
|710||Estimate for SB road parking lot under water.|