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Mount Pilchuck State Park is a 1,893-acre day-use park that features mountainous alpine terrain with diverse scenic and recreation attractions. The main recreational attraction of the park is the three-mile trail to the summit and the old fire lookout. The trail begins at 3100 feet above sea level and winds through an old growth forest to alpine heather and large rocks at the summit of Mount Pilchuck (5324 feet above sea level). The hike is strenuous and in the summer can be very crowded. At the top is an incredible panoramic view of the Cascades, Olympics and Puget Sound. The trail is usually covered with snow until midsummer.

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1 day ago

an awesome hike did it twice this year. it is pretty in the winter and early spring.

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2 days ago

Took my 11 and 7 year old. They loved it!!

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3 days ago

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3 days ago

Took about 2 hours 45 minutes roundtrip. Had beautiful weather, clear trail with some moderate rugged terrain.

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3 days ago

Very beautiful!

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4 days ago

We did this hike on June 20th, the weather was overcast but was still very pretty especially when we made it to the lake. Worth the hike!

Amazing views at the lake

Beautiful! Easy. Water was freezing end of August.

A lot of people even on a Wednesday. Still pretty.

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6 days ago

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6 days ago