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But in between scenes, Lea DeLaria revealed that the cast had some fun with her Polanco's extra assets. Do not use fake breasts as lake-side toys.

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Don't Mess With Pensatucky: OITNB fans should already know that Taryn Manning's character Tiffany 'Pennsatucky' Doggett is a small screen force you don't want to reckon with, but apparently she's even more intense in the water. Mann right over here: She held me under the water and I could not get up," the actress revealed with a laugh.

Despite the fact that their lake-side adventure was chilly, the entire cast agreed that it was one of the best scenes of the series. The lake can be seen from the trail that leads to the summit of the mountain. Hikers reach timberline only an hour into the hike. On the final approach the trail dips — an ideal shot for photographers.

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See the falls from the Chasm Lake trail or get up close with some scrambling. Park just before you reach their trailhead for a hike few people have seen. The climb to Finch Lake is steady until the approach when the trail descends. The water is cold but it is a welcome refreshment for tired feet. If you want to stay the night there are a couple campgrounds around the lake just make sure to get a permit beforehand.

The Alluvial Fan — a natural phenomenon created by a flood — is one of the easiest and most beautiful destinations to reach in the national park. If you want to see the falls from a different perspective take the Lawn Lake trail up to Ypsilon Lake. The trail is surrounded by deep and eerie woods.

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Arrive early though and the trail is all yours. The falls may not be as impressive as other falls in the park but it will be yours to enjoy in peace as few people make it that far. Knock out two hidden hikes in one day by continuing another two-tenths of a mile past Ribbon Falls to Black Lake.

Regardless of the time of day you will likely have the lake all to yourself. There is a lot to explore around the lake as well. Find your way around to the opposite side of the lake where the trail continues up a rocky slope. Though still a top destination, most hikers will stop at Calypso Cascades.

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For a longer hike continue past Ouzel Lake to Bluebird Lake. The climb is well worth the reward. Staying on the main trail though adds almost another two miles to the round-trip mileage.

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A great article, I have hike several of these amazing trail, the rest I cannot wait to explore and discover for myself. Thank you Chloe for highlighting these exiting adventures. Notify me of follow-up comments by email.


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