OverviewLoon Lake Trail is a 5.4 mile out and back trail located near Pollock Pines, California that features a lake. The trail is rated as moderate and primarily used for hiking. ReviewsPhotosTracksShare your experience to help other people learn more about this trail:Write ReviewUpload PhotosUpload TracksT Smith (1457)1 month ago96 Completed48 ReviewsBeware! It is 5.4 miles one way, making 11 miles round trip, not out and back! all be it beautiful cuz you are in the woods, plan trip accordingly! we were disappointed that through the app, using Google maps, it took us out forest road 36,gate closed adding 2 miles round trip. if you go straight to campground and park at wilderness parking, trail from loon to Spider Lake is about 9 mile round trip.Jennifer Van Blair (996)1 year ago32 Completed14 ReviewsBeautiful hike. We made it to the cove near where the tunnel flows into Loon Lake. Only a handful of people. Love how remote this area is. Can't wait to come back for an overnight at Pleasant Campground.Carol Cotton (1114)2 years ago11 Completed11 ReviewsWe thoroughly enjoyed our hike at Loon Lake Trail yesterday. We had outstanding conditions and thoroughly enjoyed the trail, the hike, and the day! The trail is VERY well marked and maintained. I wore shorts, and will wear longer (convertible) pants next time I go as there are lots of low-lying shrubs along the narrow trail and my legs got a bit scratched up. We had planned on going all the way to Spider lake, but we misjudged our timing, so that'll have to wait for another time ... Sometime soon!Dina Uldall (713)2 years ago117 Completed7 ReviewsLoon Lake to Spider Lake: Loon Lake is located about 28 miles up Ice House Road in the Eldorado Nation Forest (not in Pollock Pines). Worth the drive for this approximate 8.5 mile (moderate)hike. The first 3.8 follows the South side of Loon Lake to a moderate climb up and over to the West side of Spider Lake. A gentle scramble down to a beautiful, quiet lake good for hanging out, swimming, and/or camping. For those that wish to go on ... there are more possibilities. Be sure to stop at the Visitor info station about 10 miles before Loon Lake to pick up your free map!This will help hikers and campers avoid the Rubicon and the Off Road trails!Brant Smith (397)2 years ago10 Completed10 ReviewsDid this hike out so the boat campground camp and stayed he night. Pretty easy hike lots of nice views of he lake.Greg Cherry (618)4 years ago16 Completed13 ReviewsBackpacked to boat in camp, Very nice but had to put up with loud 4x4 trucks at midnite on Rubicon trail.