Concrete, WA Trails and Parks

Concrete has 43 trails in the vicinity, including 25 hiking trails and 6 for backcountry skiing & snowboarding. These trails range from 0.5 to 44.6 miles in length. The longest trail in Concrete is Cascade Trail a well-known trail measuring 44.6 miles in total length.

The most popular trails are Mount Shuksan: Sulphide Glacier, Baker River and Sauk Mountain Trail. Trails.com member Steven F. recently completed East Bank Baker Lake.

More information on the best trails in Concrete can be found below.
  • Mount Shuksan: Sulphide Glacier

    3 Reviews

    Concrete, WA

    Mount Shuksan, Washington’s tenth highest mountain, is one of the most recognized peaks in Washington due to the fact that its likeness graces a variety of postcards, brochures, magazine covers, ...
    •  8 to 10 hours trailhead to summit; best done as 2 or 3 day climb
    •  14 miles
    •  Guide

    Mount Shuksan, Washington’s tenth highest mountain, is one of the most recognized peaks in Washington due to the fact that ...

  • Baker River

    1 Reviews

    Concrete, WA

    Take this easy 5-mile out-and-back day hike or overnighter through rain forest to the southern foot of Mount Shuksan in North Cascades National Park. Along the way you’ll pass through lovely ...
    •  2.5 hours
    •  5 miles
    •  Guide

    Take this easy 5-mile out-and-back day hike or overnighter through rain forest to the southern foot of Mount Shuksan in North ...

  • Blue Lake Trail

    1 Reviews

    Concrete, WA

    A peaceful mountain lake surrounded by high rock walls, alpine meadows, and heavy timber rewards hikers on this short jaunt. The trail itself offers some ups and downs but is short enough (0.7 ...
    •  2 hours
    •  1.4 miles
    •  Guide

    A peaceful mountain lake surrounded by high rock walls, alpine meadows, and heavy timber rewards hikers on this short jaunt. ...

  • Anderson - Watson Lakes Trail

    1 Reviews

    Concrete, WA

    Note the use of the plural in the trail heading, Anderson-Watson Lakes. That’s because there are two Watsons (I presume) and several Andersons, though only one is really easy to get to. All ...
    •  3 hours
    •  5 miles
    •  Guide

    Note the use of the plural in the trail heading, Anderson-Watson Lakes. That’s because there are two Watsons (I presume) ...

  • Anderson Butte

    1 Reviews

    Concrete, WA

    Not able to resist a play on the word butte, I’ll say this short trail to the site of a former lookout station is a real beaut. The cabin, built in the 1930s and removed in 1964, might be long ...
    •  2 hours
    •  3 miles
    •  Guide

    Not able to resist a play on the word butte, I’ll say this short trail to the site of a former lookout station is a real ...

  • Baker River Trail

    1 Reviews

    Concrete, WA

    Get set for stately, moss-hung old-growth forest (including cedars that somehow seem to grow right out of boulders), ponds built by industrious beavers who forever seem to be changing the course ...
    •  3 hours
    •  5.2 miles
    •  Guide

    Get set for stately, moss-hung old-growth forest (including cedars that somehow seem to grow right out of boulders), ponds ...

  • Shadow of the Sentinels Trail

    1 Reviews

    Concrete, WA

    Starting out as boardwalk, the trail, which soon turns to pavement, winds through otherworldly old-growth forest, including some of the oldest trees in the area. It’s all ferns and nurse logs ...
    •  30 minutes
    •  0.5 miles
    •  Guide

    Starting out as boardwalk, the trail, which soon turns to pavement, winds through otherworldly old-growth forest, including ...

  • Schriebers Meadow

    1 Reviews

    Concrete, WA

    This route is a jewel for winter enthusiasts. The great white cone of Mount Baker looms over the trail to the north, while the broad, undulating snowfields of Schriebers Meadow beckon ...
    •  1 to 2 days
    •  11-14 miles
    •  Guide

    This route is a jewel for winter enthusiasts. The great white cone of Mount Baker looms over the trail to the north, while ...

  • Baker Lake Trail - South Entrance

    1 Reviews

    Concrete, WA

    Along with offering superb lake and mountain views, this trail offers a brief history lesson of the area. At the start the trail passes through a stately forest of majestic Douglas firs that ...
    •  3 hours
    •  4 miles
    •  Guide

    Along with offering superb lake and mountain views, this trail offers a brief history lesson of the area. At the start the ...

  • Watson Lakes/Anderson Butte

    1 Reviews

    Concrete, WA

    The East Bank Baker Lake Trail (Hike 12) offers an adventure in ancient forests, but for an alpine experience, you can head a few miles east of the lake and hop the line into the Noisy-Diobsud ...
    •  5 hours
    •  5 miles
    •  Guide

    The East Bank Baker Lake Trail (Hike 12) offers an adventure in ancient forests, but for an alpine experience, you can head ...

  • Park Butte

    1 Reviews

    Concrete, WA

    Park Butte offers excellent runs on slopes of many aspects and a spectacular vantage for viewing Mount Baker Twin Sisters. Late in spring, as the snowpack diminishes, snowmobiles are excluded ...
    •  7 hours
    •  8 miles
    •  Guide

    Park Butte offers excellent runs on slopes of many aspects and a spectacular vantage for viewing Mount Baker Twin Sisters. ...

  • Baker Lake Trail - North Entrance

    0 Reviews

    Concrete, WA

    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 ...
    •  8 hours
    •  14.3 miles
    •  Guide

    This trail follows the shoreline of Baker Lake. However, the trail and several of its bridges sustained serious damage in ...

  • Dock Butte Trail

    0 Reviews

    Concrete, WA

    This trail begins at the same trailhead as the Blue Lake Trail but, unlike that one, doesn’t get megacrowds. And if you’re more of a panoramic mountain vista person than an alpine lake aficionado, ...
    •  2 hours
    •  3.4 miles
    •  Guide

    This trail begins at the same trailhead as the Blue Lake Trail but, unlike that one, doesn’t get megacrowds. And if you’re ...

  • Scott Paul Trail

    0 Reviews

    Concrete, WA

    The trail is named for Scott Paul, a popular Forest Service employee who was tragically killed in a bridge-building accident. Pass through wildflower meadows, cross the lower reaches of the ...
    •  5 hours
    •  7.5 miles
    •  Guide

    The trail is named for Scott Paul, a popular Forest Service employee who was tragically killed in a bridge-building accident. ...

  • Railroad Grade Trail

    0 Reviews

    Concrete, WA

    Depending on the snow level, you can sometimes follow the trail and assorted snow-free spots up to an elevation of 7,000 feet. You may occasionally find yourself sidestepping marmots and expedition-pack-toting ...
    •  4 hours
    •  6 miles
    •  Guide

    Depending on the snow level, you can sometimes follow the trail and assorted snow-free spots up to an elevation of 7,000 ...

  • Park Butte Trail

    0 Reviews

    Concrete, WA

    Built in 1933 and used for fire surveillance until the early 1960s, the Park Butte Lookout is not only maintained and open to the public but also available for camping on a first-come, first-served ...
    •  4 hours
    •  7 miles
    •  Guide

    Built in 1933 and used for fire surveillance until the early 1960s, the Park Butte Lookout is not only maintained and open ...

  • Mount Baker-Mount Shuksan South Side Driving Tour

    0 Reviews

    Concrete, WA

    Access points to various viewpoints, campgrounds, access roads, and other points of interest.
    •  26 miles
    •  Guide

    Access points to various viewpoints, campgrounds, access roads, and other points of interest.

  • East Bank Baker Lake

    0 Reviews

    Concrete, WA

    While the East Bank Baker Lake Trail does parallel the shore of Baker Lake, this isn’t a true lakeshore trail. It is an old-growth-forest hike, with occasional side excursions to the lake. Because ...
    •  4 hours to 4 days
    •  28 miles
    •  Guide

    While the East Bank Baker Lake Trail does parallel the shore of Baker Lake, this isn’t a true lakeshore trail. It is an old-growth-forest ...

  • Road 1735: Finney Peak

    0 Reviews

    Concrete, WA

    An imposing lookout site on top of a rocky point. When built in 1933, the lookout was reached by a 15-mile trail. In 1968, when it first appeared in our 100 Hikes in Western Washington book, ...
    •  6 miles
    •  Guide

    An imposing lookout site on top of a rocky point. When built in 1933, the lookout was reached by a 15-mile trail. In 1968, ...

  • Shannon Creek

    0 Reviews

    Concrete, WA

    The Shannon Creek campground is set on a wooded slope above Baker Lake’s western shore. The views are breathtaking, including 10,778-foot Mount Baker, an active volcano.
    •  Guide

    The Shannon Creek campground is set on a wooded slope above Baker Lake’s western shore. The views are breathtaking, including ...

  • Rasar State Park

    0 Reviews

    Concrete, WA

    Rasar State Park encompasses 169 acres and fronts the Wild and Scenic Skagit River for nearly 1 mile. An ADA trail leads from the day-use area to the river, and there are interpretive trails ...
    •  Guide

    Rasar State Park encompasses 169 acres and fronts the Wild and Scenic Skagit River for nearly 1 mile. An ADA trail leads ...

  • Park Creek

    0 Reviews

    Concrete, WA

    This 9-acre campground is on Park Creek, not far from the western shore of Baker Lake. The camping is primitive, but the area is nice and woodsy.
    •  Guide

    This 9-acre campground is on Park Creek, not far from the western shore of Baker Lake. The camping is primitive, but the ...

  • Panorama Point

    0 Reviews

    Concrete, WA

    This national forest campground sits on a lovely point on the western shore of Baker Lake. The fishing is very good, with kokanee salmon, Dolly Varden trout, and cutthroat trout among the possibilities. ...
    •  Guide

    This national forest campground sits on a lovely point on the western shore of Baker Lake. The fishing is very good, with ...

  • Horseshoe Cove

    0 Reviews

    Concrete, WA

    This busy lakeside campground appeals primarily to boaters, including those with personal watercraft. Baker Lake is 9 miles long and covers about 5,000 acres. The fishing is good, and the catch ...
    •  Guide

    This busy lakeside campground appeals primarily to boaters, including those with personal watercraft. Baker Lake is 9 miles ...

  • Boulder Creek

    0 Reviews

    Concrete, WA

    This 5-acre, wooded campground sits next to Boulder Creek, 1 mile west of Baker Lake. There are some good mountain views, especially of 10,778-foot Mount Baker. The camp is relaxing and makes ...
    •  Guide

    This 5-acre, wooded campground sits next to Boulder Creek, 1 mile west of Baker Lake. There are some good mountain views, ...