Sauk Lake Trail is a 5 mile moderately trafficked out and back trail located near Concrete, Washington that features a lake and is rated as difficult. The trail is primarily used for hiking and walking and is best used from June until November.
Directions from Sedro-Woolley: Follow State Route 20 east for 33 miles. At milepost 96 near the boundary of Rockport State Park, turn left on the Sauk Mountain Road (Forest Road #1030). Follow Road #1030 for 7 miles to the junction of Road #1036. Turn right on Road #1036 and follow to the road's end. The trailhead and a large parking area are located at the end of the road.
Took the boy scouts. We went up in heavy rain and fog and couldn't find the trail after the fork due to snow cover (June). But the mountain was awesome and the next day we figured it out.
Fantastic in August. Hard hike but varied fauna and views. Loved it.
Great hike great views narrow trail
The trail was horrid to find, was covered in snow (in August, with not a rain or snow cloud in the sky) and when it was found, was too narrow to traverse, even for competent hikers. The lake was quite dirty and I was very unhappy about the whole experience.