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Albino Lake
Golden Fontinalis Lake
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Location of lake in Montana, USA
Location of lake in Montana, USA
Albino Lake
Location in Montana
Location Gallatin County, Montana
Coordinates 45°05′17″N 111°17′27″W / 45.0881°N 111.2909°W / 45.0881; -111.2909
Type Lake
Primary inflows Madison Range
Primary outflows Meadow Creek
Basin countries United States
Surface area 22 acres (8.9 ha)
Surface elevation 7,106 ft (2,166 m)

Albino Lake is a lake in Gallatin County, Montana in the Madison Range in south central Montana. It is located on Meadow Creek, a tributary of the Taylor Fork in the Gallatin National Forest and sits at an elevation of 7,106 ft (2,166 m).

The lake has historically been stocked by the United States Forest Service with rainbow trout and Yellowstone cutthroat trout. Montana Fish, Wildlife, and Parks reports that the population of rainbow trout, last stocked in the 1950s, has died out, but the cutthroats remain.

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