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32
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2 - 51 mi
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17
Backcountry Skiing & Snowboarding
11
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10
Other activities
Marblemount has 32 trails in the vicinity, including 17 for backcountry skiing & snowboarding, 11 hiking trails and 10 for other activities. These trails range from 2.5 to 51 miles in length. The longest trail in Marblemount is North Cascades National Park: Copper Ridge Loop a well-known trail measuring 51 miles in total length. The most popular trails are Cascade Pass Trail, Cascade Pass–Sahale Arm and Desolation Peak. Trails.com member Patricia K. recently completed Cascade Pass.
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There is nothing desolate about this peak. Au contraire, mon frère (et ma soeur)! Desolation ...
Mineral Park is very small and very primitive, but those qualities make it very appealing. ...
This campground is very primitive but in a beautiful wilderness setting. It is just inside ...
One of the most scenic, accessible, and—not surprisingly—popular high-country romps in ...
Whitehorse Mountain rises dramatically above the town of Darrington, offering a juxtaposition ...
This traverse follows a high route west across the Glacier Peak Wilderness through continuously ...
In 1938 a Seattle climbing club called the Ptarmigans ?rst completed the high route that ...
The Forbidden Tour epitomizes what makes the North Cascades a great skiing range. This ...
This multiday tour connects the Inspiration and Neve Glaciers, visiting the very wild ...
When viewed from surrounding vantage points, Hidden Lake Peaks looks every bit the idyllic ...
Ruby Mountain entices skiers with a mix of exceptional scenery, friendly fall lines, long ...
This is as wild as it gets. The climax of the North Cascades, the Pickets offer the most ...
The Boulder Glacier is a natural ski line with several options that give you ?exibility ...
There is definitely more to Mount Baker than skiing the summit, and this tour proves ...
The Park Glacier side of Mount Baker is incredibly scenic and arguably the least-visited ...
The Stoneman Couloir is the prominent couloir that appears as you make the turn around ...
This tour takes you very quickly into a world of steep, high alpine terrain. It follows ...
Mount Shuksan is one of the iconic peaks of the North Cascades. As Fred Beckey says in ...
Standing at 7115 feet, Ruth Mountain is an attainable day trip for those looking to ski ...
This tour is one of the northernmost ski descents in the state of Washington with the ...
A brilliant introduction to skiing on big glaciers, the Coleman and Deming Glaciers provide ...
For a real adventure, do the Isolation Traverse, starting at the Cascade River Road and ...
As you drive northwest on the North Cascades Highway (State Route 20) near Granite Creek, ...
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