Lake Agnes

LOOKING Closer

Lake Agnes is situated at 11,000 feet above sea level and is our highest camera in the North Platte watershed, just below the Continental Divide in the Never Summer Range. Dozens of similar “cirque lakes” are points of origin for many of the numerous mountain streams that merge in the valley below to form the North Platte. Lake Agnes is at the headwaters of the Michigan River, one of the primary tributaries of the upper North Platte. The Michigan Ditch located below Agnes diverts a portion of water from the North Platte to the South Platte basin into the Cache la Poudre River drainage. Backcountry skiers and hikers frequent the area.

Look Out For

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