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McDonald Lake, Sawtooth National Forest, Idaho, USA
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McDonald Lake is a small lake that rests on the east side of the Sawtooth National Wilderness Area about 15 miles south of Stanley, Idaho, USA.  The lake is approximately 900 ft by 450 feet and has a shoreline distance of 2,900 ft when full.  Although not all that scenic, it is rather easy to get to.  It can be reached on a short, flat half-mile hike from the end of a 4-wheel drive road that ends at Yellow Belly Lake.  The road begins at Pettit Lake.

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