Horseshoe Lake CO2 Area, CA

US Forest Service

Horseshoe Lake CO2 Area

U.S.G.S scientists detected naturally occurring Carbon Dioxide ( CO 2 ) gas in the vicinity of Horeseshoe Lake and other areas on the Mountain in 1994.  Since then they have been monitoring the ...[more]




From the town of Mammoth Lakes, continue westward on hwy 203 as it turns into Lake Mary Road and heads into the Mammoth Lakes basin. Lake Mary road dead ends at Horseshoe Lake.

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