Mount Pilchuck Trail

Robe, Washington

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Rising 1 mile above the surrounding countryside and perched on the western edge of the Cascades, Pilchuck packs some of the best panoramic viewing to be found in these parts. From its historical and restored fire lookout, scan the horizon— from Rainier to Baker, Glacier Peak to the Olympics, Seattle to the San Juans—and every jagged, rugged, and snow-capped peak lining the Mountain Loop Highway. One of the most popular hikes in Washington, Pilchuck is a “social mountain.” Expect company and enjoy the camaraderie.
Day Hiking: North Cascades

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Day Hiking: North Cascades

by Craig Romano (The Mountaineers Books)

Rising 1 mile above the surrounding countryside and perched on the western edge of the Cascades, Pilchuck packs some of the best panoramic viewing to be found in these parts.

From its historical and restored fire lookout, scan the horizon— from Rainier to Baker, Glacier Peak to the Olympics, Seattle to the San Juans—and every jagged, rugged, and snow-capped peak lining the Mountain Loop Highway. One of the most popular hikes in Washington, Pilchuck is a “social mountain.” Expect company and enjoy the camaraderie.

©  Craig Romano/The Mountaineers Books. All Rights Reserved.

Activity Type: Hiking
Nearby City: Robe
Distance: 5.4
Elevation Gain: 2,200 feet
Trail Type: Out-and-back
Skill Level: Moderate
Season: Mid-July– early Nov
Trailhead Elevation: 3,000 feet
Top Elevation: 5,324 feet
Local Contacts: Mount Baker–Snoqualmie National Forest, Darrington Ranger District, or Verlot Public Service Center
Local Maps: Green Trails Granite Falls No. 109
Driving Directions: Directions to Mount Pilchuck Trail

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