Lake is a deep lake located about a quarter mile northwest of Betty Lake.
It lies in a steep rock cirque above timberline. The lake contains cutthroat
trout. Only the eastern shore is easily accessible for fishing. A permit for
the Middle Boulder Travel Zone is required to camp here. No camp fires are
|Fish species stocked:
||July - September
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Lake can be reached via the Bob and Betty Lakes Trail. From the Rollins Pass
Trailhead on the west, travel east on the King Lake Trail for .7 miles to the
Bob and Betty Lakes Trail. This trail is about five miles from the Hessie Trailhead
on the east. Bob Lake is about .9 miles from the beginning of the trail, about
.25 miles northwest of Betty Lake. To get to the Rollins Pass Trailhead take
Highway 40 to Winter Park. Turn east on the Moffat Road (Forest Road 149) just
south of Winter Park. Travel about 14 miles on the dirt road to the trailhead.
The Hessie Trailhead can be reached via County Road 130 west from Nederland
to Eldora. Continue west on County Road 111 just west of Eldora. Follow the
narrow diret road for another mile to the Hessie turnoff.
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