Looking for a great trail in Mount Baker Snoqualmie National Forest, Washington? AllTrails has 203 great hiking trails, running trails, mountain biking trails and more, with hand-curated trail maps and driving directions as well as detailed reviews and photos from hikers, campers, and nature lovers like you. Ready for some activity? There are 97 moderate trails in Mount Baker Snoqualmie National Forest ranging from 1 to 738.2 miles and from 45 to 6,771 feet above sea level. Start checking them out and you'll be out on the trail in no time!

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fishing

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beach

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cross country skiing

The Mount Baker-Snoqualmie National Forest in Washington is a National Forest extending more than 140 miles along the western slopes of the Cascade Range from the Canada–US border to the northern boundary of Mount Rainier National Park.

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Really beautiful first couple miles. When I get to the creek, the water was running pretty high and there’s no bridge (I assume people just hop from rock to rock normally) and my dog wasn’t feeling it. Decided to call it an early day. Look forward to coming back.

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snow coming down like crazy and pretty deep where the trailhead splits off to source lake or snow lake. very beautiful

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This was a fun trail! Today it was snowing, so there was a lot of slush. We didn’t have spikes, but they would have been helpful! We also didn’t have poles, but did just fine. The first two miles were fairly easy as far as incline, the switch backs got steeper, but overall moderate is a great rating. The scenery is beautiful and the lake is a great view.

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2 days ago

Strava says 8.5 miles to summit. Snow starts around 4300'. I didn't need my Microspikes, it was snowy at the top but not icy. I couldn't see much due to the clouds, but nice snow to enjoy a shoulder season hike!

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It was a long and at some points tough trail, but the lake and views are worth it. It rained the whole time, and as the rain got heavier, the puddles obviously got bigger! However it was a wonderful hike, would recommend to anyone. It has a little of all types of hiking, rocks, flat land, woods, and Mountain View.

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To be fair, we hiked in the dark, but it was a relatively tricky trail to keep track of. We had to stop to reassess quite a bit. It was pretty steep in some spots which made it more slippery, but it was a nice hike overall and not too difficult.

Worth the hike even in the rain. The lake views were serene. There were hardly any people on the trail when we went (middle of day, middle of week). But, loved how peaceful it was. Very lush and colorful in the fall.

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4 days ago

This is a fantastic hike. Hands down Number 1 for me in the Snoqualmie area, and top 5 favorite hikes in general. This trail is beautiful, even in the late fall when conditions aren’t ideal, you won’t regret it. There were a few waterfalls, both on and off trail, and some light snow past the switchbacks which made for some tricky climbing over icy rocks and water. Stayed a good 15 minutes taking in the view before heading down the mountain, and enjoyed going down a second time as much as going up the first! Would highly recommend this to anyone in adequate physical condition. 10/10!

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4 days ago

beautiful rainy day, mid-week hike! trails in amazing condition. forest workers working on stairs in parking lot. saw 6 other people on trail.

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5 days ago

In pretty good shape, pretty walk though the woods with minimal elevation gain. Make sure and follow the trail to the end of the lake. Great mountain view. 4 miles of gravel FS road to the trailhead in decent shape. As of Oct 14th when I went the porta potty was locked. Also people leaving trash at the parking lot

Nice trail through the woods, great views from the lookout! Rocky in places.

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Lovely hike. Up to the ridge has no snow. Sometimes wet, a bit of mud. Waterproof hiking boots will do you well. Down to the lake has snow covered switchbacks. Poles recommended. Today I did it in boots however, no spikes.

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