Mirror Lake is a mountain lake in Clackamas County of the U.S. state of Oregon. It is located at the foot of Tom Dick and Harry Mountain in a natural catchment formed by a toe of the mountain, 11.4 kilometres southwest of Mount Hood, and 3.1 kilometres WSW of Government Camp within Mount Hood National Forest.

Due to it’s easy access off Highway 26 and limited parking it tends to get extremely crowded and hard to get to on the weekends. Plan ahead and get there early. It’s worth it. Nice easy hike rewards you with spectacular views of Mount Hood.

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