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Grass Lake Luther Pass
California

Grass Lake in recent years is usually a very wet meadow. The soil is like a mushy sponge while walking on it. It apears dry but sinks several inches with each step. Grass Lake is near the Luther pass summit which connects South lake Tahoe with Hope Valley via highway 89. This would be the route taken to Kirkwood ski resport if travelling from Tahoe. The wetlands is one of many headwaters that feed the crystal clear waters of Lake Tahoe.

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Uploaded: 20/09/2009
Updated: 17/09/2014
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