Baker Lake Trail - North Entrance

Concrete, Washington

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This trail follows the shoreline of Baker Lake. However, the trail and several of its bridges sustained serious damage in fall 2003 due to flooding. Best to call the ranger before heading out to get the most up-to-date conditions. The following description assumes you’re doing a point-to-point hike, parking a car at both the north trailhead (the starting point described for this hike) and the south trailhead. This description follows the trail from the north. From the parking lot, follow the wide, barrier-free trail north ’twixt and ’tween giant cedars, along the Baker River.
A FalconGuide to Mount Baker - Mount Shuksan Area

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A FalconGuide to Mount Baker - Mount Shuksan Area

by Mike McQuaide (Falcon Guides)

This trail follows the shoreline of Baker Lake. However, the trail and several of its bridges sustained serious damage in fall 2003 due to flooding. Best to call the ranger before heading out to get the most up-to-date conditions.

The following description assumes you’re doing a point-to-point hike, parking a car at both the north trailhead (the starting point described for this hike) and the south trailhead. This description follows the trail from the north.
From the parking lot, follow the wide, barrier-free trail north ’twixt and ’tween giant cedars, along the Baker River.

©  Mike McQuaide/Falcon Guides. All Rights Reserved.

Activity Type: Hiking
Nearby City: Concrete
Distance: 14.3
Elevation Gain: 600 feet
Trail Type: Shuttle
Skill Level: Moderate
Duration: 8 hours
Season: Year-round
Local Contacts: Mount Baker National Recreation Area
Local Maps: Green Trails Lake Shannon 46
Driving Directions: Directions to Baker Lake Trail - North Entrance

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