This is the picture taken by my husband when they did the hike last summer at Lake Ingalls. It was his first long hike and he said that it was all worth it.
Below are some information about Lake Ingalls courtesy of Washington Trails Association. Visit their website if you want more info.
|Elevation Gain||2500 ft|
|Highest Point||6500 ft|
From Seattle drive east on I-90 to East Cle Elum, exit 85. Cross over the freeway overpass and turn right (northbound) on State Route 970. Cross the Teanaway River bridge, and in another mile turn left onto Teanaway Road. Drive north on Teanaway Road, veering right as it becomes first the North Fork Teanaway Road and then unpaved Forest Road 9737 at 29 Pines Campground. Continue to the road's end.