- For other places called Bonny Lake or Bonney Lake, see Lake Bonney disambiguation page.
Both west and east lakes
The more western of the two lakes
|Location||Eagle Cap Wilderness, Wallowa County, Oregon, US|
|Primary inflows||Big Sheep Creek|
|Primary outflows||Big Sheep Creek|
|Basin countries||United States|
|Max. length||West Lake: 195 yd (178 m) East Lake: 189 yd (173 m)|
|Max. width||West Lake: 189 yd (173 m) East Lake: 80 yd (73 m)|
|Average depth||West Lake: 6 ft (1.8 m) East Lake: 4 ft (1.2 m)|
|Surface elevation||7,840 ft (2,390 m)|
Bonny Lakes are two small, shallow, mountain ponds located in the Eagle Cap Wilderness of Northeastern Oregon, United States. They are positioned in a large meadow on Aneroid Mountain known as Bonny Lakes basin, which is about two miles east of Dollar Lake. Together they are listed as the 13th highest lake in the Eagle Cap Wilderness at 7,840 ft (2,390 m).
Bonny Lakes can be accessed by either the Wallowa Lake Trailhead (10 miles of travel) or the Tenderfoot Trailhead (3.5 miles of travel). The lakes lie on Trail 1802.
- "Bonny Lakes". Geographic Names Information System, U.S. Geological Survey. Retrieved 2008-11-21.
- http://www.fs.fed.us/r6/w-w/recreation/wilderness/elevations-ecw.shtml Retrieved on November 24, 2008
- http://www.peakware.com/peaks.html?pk=3263&gmap=1 Retrieved on 3/3/09
- Frank Barstad, Hiking Oregon's Eagle Cap Wilderness (c) 2002 Morris Book Publishing
- http://www.fs.fed.us/r6/w-w/recreation/wilderness/elevations-ecw.shtml Retrieved on 11/24/08
- http://www.josephoregon.com/panofiles/java_panos/bonny_lk_pano.htm Retrieved on 3/3/09
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