Eagle Lakes

Carlton, Washington 98814

Eagle Lakes

Eagle Lakes Professional Review and Guide

"You’ll have a tired dog after this outing, but chances are he’ll do better than you along the way. The trail climbs steadily right from the start, carved into the steep side of a long ridge running down from Mount Bigelow.

As the trail climbs, the forest, open and airy to begin with, thins and eventually disappears as meadows take over and the trail climbs to the upper reaches of Sawtooth Ridge. The sprawling network of interlocked meadows—separated by stands of timber, fins of rock, and broad, blue lakes—provides wonderful opportunities to ramble through knee-deep fields of flowers while soaking in views of the North Cascades."

Eagle Lakes Reviews

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6/18/2006
Had a blast. The trail is crossed by downed trees, right at the beginning there's an entire tree laying parallel in the trail. Go around. We only hiked to the falls but had an easy time of it. The falls were running full and were worth the hike and fun to see.
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Trail Information

Carlton
Nearby City
Dog-friendly
Accessibility
12
Distance
Out-and-back
Trail Type
Difficult
Skill Level
2 to 3 days
Duration
Late June through October
Season
Mount Baker National Forest
Local Contacts
Green Trails Prince Creek No. 115
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Jul 2018