Roger Lake

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Roger Lake
Location Eagle Cap Wilderness, Wallowa County, Oregon
Coordinates 45°12′31″N 117°11′41″W / 45.2085°N 117.1948°W / 45.2085; -117.1948Coordinates: 45°12′31″N 117°11′41″W / 45.2085°N 117.1948°W / 45.2085; -117.1948
Type Pond
Basin countries United States
Max. length 302 yd (276 m)
Max. width 113 yd (103 m)
Average depth 30 ft (9.1 m)
Max. depth 46 ft (14 m)
Surface elevation 7,360 ft (2,240 m)

Roger Lake (also called Rogers Lake or Rogers Pond) is a mountain pond located in a meadow on Aneroid Mountain in the Eagle Cap Wilderness of Northeastern Oregon, United States. It is 0.5 miles (0.8 km) from Aneroid Lake on trail 1804.[1] It is listed as the 29th highest lake in the Eagle Cap Wilderness[2]


Roger Lake can be accessed by either the East Fork Wallowa River Trailhead at Wallowa Lake or the Tenderfoot Trailhead. The East Fork Wallowa River Trailhead is by far a shorter hike to Roger Lake, being only 5.5 miles (8.9 km) long. After about 2 miles (3 km) of hiking on the East Fork Wallowa River Trail, the climber will reach a small dam. At 3.8 miles (6.1 km) there is a small, well built bridge. The average depth of the lake is 30 feet (9 m), and the maximum depth is 46 feet (14 m). The trail is usually very well maintained.[3] It may be heavily traveled in the summer months.[4]


  1. ^ Frank Barstad, Hiking Oregon's Eagle Cap Wilderness (c) 2002 Morris Book Publishing
  2. ^ Retrieved on November 21, 2008
  3. ^ ^ Retrieved 11/25/08
  4. ^ ^ Retrieved on 11/25/08