Noisy Creek Trail is a 9.7 mile lightly 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, walking, nature trips, and birding and is accessible year-round. Dogs are also able to use this trail.

9.7 miles
1,256 feet
Out & Back

dog friendly



nature trips






wild flowers


Directions from Sedro-Woolley: Follow State Route 20 east for 17 miles to milepost 82. Turn left on the Baker Lake Hwy. (Forest Road #11) and drive 25 miles to the road's end. Turn left on Road #1168. This road ends in 0.5 mile at the trailhead for the Baker River Trail #606. Hike the Baker River Trail for 0.5 mile until reaching a junction and a bridge over the Baker River on the left hand side. Turn right to follow the Baker Lake Trail and cross the river. The Noisy Creek Trail is located 4.5 miles south of the Baker River on the left hand side. The trail junction is not clearly marked. Signs of the existing trail can be found on the eastern side of Noisy Creek.

5 months ago

Peaceful trail. Very little people on it. Saw a black bear at 3.75 miles into trail.

Sunday, June 11, 2017

Beautiful hike along baker lake trail then up noisy creek. The noisy creek spur is left at the noisy creek campground, it is about 0.5 mi up to a beautiful spot along noisy creek , though I would call it noisy river! It is a steep climb up and a bit overgrown in places. I recommend pants.

Monday, May 29, 2017

nice trail. relatively easy, not much elevation change, moderately trafficked. lots of bridges. one of which crosses some pretty fast moving water and is under repair. watch your step as the planks under repair are not nailed down. there are a few campsites along the trail and right near Noisy Creek. view is great once you make it to Noisy Creek.

Thursday, June 23, 2011

Great trail! My friend and I originally tried to go to Watson Lake, but due to road damage and snow we turned around and found the Noisy Creek trail. The actual trail itself is easy, but if you want to add some difficulty to your trip, stay on the trail and you'll hit Maple Grove trail.