And here’s the lake I stayed at. It is at 7,582 feet in elevation (2,311 meters) and is a glacial lake surrounded by high peaks. It got it’s name from an actual event that happened in 1871, a REAL western drama which you can read about here if interested: The mountain to the left is called Mount Morrison, in honor of the lawman who was killed in this event. Today there is a nice resort (where I stayed) and one of the BEST restaurants in the eastern Sierras, with a lovely campground and a 3-mile trail all around the lake.