Looking for a great trail near Deming, Washington? AllTrails has 29 great hiking trails, views trails, forest 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. If you're looking for the best trails around Larrabee State Park or Deception Pass State Park, we've got you covered. Gearing up for a challenge? There are 13 hard trails in Deming ranging from 2.6 to 14.5 miles and from 1,853 to 10,764 feet above sea level. Start checking them out and you'll be out on the trail in no time!

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hiking
22 days ago

Pretty level hike great for to do with kids :)

A great hike! It was a little steep in some areas but they have rope for that. Would recommend and am going again!

Best snowshoe around. Road conditions good. Be aware of avalanche danger before you go. Surprisingly few others around for a Sunday, sometimes we had the whole world to ourselves. Go super-early to avoid the crowds.

Loved it, but I'm a sucker for water falls. Will be back to do a lot more exploring as we didn't spend a whole lot of time here.

Did this hike in early December 2018 with a group. We had my son (12) and our younger pup (9 months). lower trail to Blue Lake was great, pretty easy with slight elevation gains and almost no snow. Got to the lake and there was icy snow and some frozen parts of the lake. Gorgeous view, would love to see in the spring time.
We doubled back and met up with the Dock Butte trail, which was significantly steeper and more challenging. encountered more and more snow, not too deep but enough that we didn't go all the way to the summit. Harder to find the actual trail in the snow, and the side does get really steep so keep your dog leashed as you reach the top. Ours started chasing some sliding ice and we almost lost him down the side.
Overall the views of the surrounding mountains were beautiful, and this was a challenging hike for us but not impossible with packs and a pre teen. would like to go back when there isn't snow and see the wildflowers.

Pack frame loaded and all ready for a nice hike when I showed up lol. Needless to say, there is no trail. As previously stated, you drive right up next to the falls.

Trail is old logging road at first then trail then a hard climb on rock .... worth the climb for fossils ....

Great snowshoeing and AT trail!

Short sweet hike ... splits at .6 left is woods ... right is climb to falls ( be careful)

hiking
2 months ago

This hike is different than other Baker hikes like Park Butte or Skyline Divide – because you start already above the treeline, most of the hike is alpine trail with dust and the occasional rockfall. A great part of the hike is that a) it offers amazing views starting 10 minutes from the parking lot, and b) it's noticeably flatter than the hikes mentioned above (though it is slightly higher in elevation). Continuing all the way to the final viewpoint, Baker is fronted by a massive valley, making the mountain feel much bigger than at Skyline Divide or Heliotrope. A great hike for someone who wants a slightly easier introduction to Baker hikes!

hiking
2 months ago

This glacier is unlike anything I've ever seen! After an hour or so of moderate climbing, you exit the treeline over several creeks. Just a few minutes later, you come across the glacier, which, even at its smallest in mid-fall, was enormous. We occasionally heard it creaking and cracking as it melted. You can continue up the hill to a flat boulder that offers the most amazing view of Baker I've ever seen, with the glacier in foreground. We continued up further to Baker base camp, which involved a lot of scrambling (we didn't have poles). While that was even better, the standard Heliotrope trail is amazing by itself.

hiking
2 months ago

A difficult yet rewarding hike. The incline starts immediately after leaving the trailhead, and continues all the way to the divide. Once above the treeline, the views are panoramic and wonderful! I encountered snow about 2/3 up the climb in early July, but a little caution and it was fine – even with no poles. The hike's biggest downside is the road getting there; it's fairly long, and quite rough.

hiking
3 months ago

Did this hike on 18th of November, pretty late in the season. At this point the road to the Artist Point parking lot was closed due to snowfall. You park further down which adds another 3km or 45 minutes of hiking each way. The hike was glorious, lightly trafficked at this time of the year. Due to a few days of clear sky the last 2/3rds of the trail was mostly crossing iced over snow and crampons are a must. An ice axe is a welcomed comfort. After an hour walking, around the point where the trail splits off into the Chain Lake trail snow and ice covered the trail which made it impossible to see at times, but with proper gear you can easily navigate your own trail as there are very little obstructions.

Overall not a very hard or steep trail, although the snow increases the effort a little. Absolutely gorgeous views especially with most of the crowds being absent and the snow covering the mountains. Highly recommend.

Went in mid-November, road up to the trailhead was mostly clear and dry until almost to the top, where icy snow patches rested in the shade. Parking lot is moderately sized, but early arrival is better or there will be little room for parking. Nice bathroom facility.
Trail to Blue Lake nice and easy, good one for kids and first timers. Lake is beautiful. Backtrack a ways to the first .5 mile point on the trail to take the split up to Dock Butte. The sign marking the trail was missing.
Dock Butte trail is a bit harder, not recommended for kids unless they are used to hiking terrain. My 12 yr old had a rough time of it, but made it. Quite steep, lots of rocks and roots. Snow surprised us, most of the trail thus far had been almost completely clear. Harder going in the snow but doable in hiking shoes. View was absolutely spectacular. We stopped just below the summit as it got a lot steeper and icy, we weren't prepped for those conditions so we took a break and headed back. Would love to go back in the spring or summer.

it is not a hike but a drive to the falls. beautiful but crowded.

Beautiful trail! Not too hard getting up as it only takes an hour to get to the ridge views. Made it up in hiking shoes only although it was snowy throughout and a bit icy. The views are worth every minute! Definitely doing this one again soon.

hiking
3 months ago

More of a moderate trail- not very well maintained near the end. Still beautiful.

In this time the season we couldn’t get to far due to the ice over creeks. Come very very prepared for ice. Overall a great hike, just wish we could do it all. Come early and don’t start too late.

Late entry from Fall last year. It was amazing views of Baker, and Mount Shuksan. It was clear day that day. Amazing views at the summit. It was worth it every sweats and to be rewarded with such of beauty..
The signs were pretty visible from the main highway. 12 miles of dirt road to the trailhead. Very narrow dirt roads and uphills. Compact car is doable. 4000 ft to the trailhead. And it’s about 6000 ft or more to hike to the summit.

hiking
3 months ago

The views are amazing! So worth the trip, logged about 8 miles and got snowed out. A cold but fun night.

hiking
3 months ago

Drove up in a SUV, drove slower to avoid the potholes. Saw some cars in the parking lot, so doable. In a previous comment, someone mentioned it is more like a walk. It is not. Right off the bat, you start with a 2 mile climb to the first ridge., approximately 1 hour up. Definitely not a beginner’s hike. The views from the ridge are spectacular. You can continue for another 2.5 miles, climbing on and off to the top ridge ( another hour or less).
We had sunny skies, clouds coming in as we left. Would highly recommend this hike!

hiking
3 months ago

Superb hike with great view of Mt Baker.

How do you get to the trailhead, when me and my buddy tried to get there the road was gated

hiking
3 months ago

Worth the pain of that last incline coming home just to see these beautiful mountaintops up close and personal.

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Very busy until the fork where we took the climbers route.

3 months ago

Beautiful trail. A nice gradual incline for about an hour and then you have the most spectacular views the rest of the way. We drove up in a small car (successfully, despite the potholes). The hike wasn’t that difficult, we saw a lot of families with small children hiking.

hiking
4 months ago

Great experience today! Fantastic glacier view.

hiking
4 months ago

nice little hike. ropes all over the place to get down closer to the water. getting back up was trouble for some in our party.

So beautiful right now! I don’t think the fall colors are past their peak like another reviewer said; I think they’re in their prime. Absolutely breathtaking right now. Well worth it, and a favorite for sure.

hiking
4 months ago

I wasn't sure how I felt about this hike spot when my friend & I first got to it. There is about a 45 minute drive up to the trailhead littered with potholes, so be careful. When we got to the trailhead & began our ascent we didn't think we would make it. (We are kind of fresh in the hiking game.) Fortunately, we trekked through and pushed our way to the top & I am not exaggerating when I say it was one of the most beautiful views I'd ever seen in my 23 years of life. Worth every bit of effort we gave to make it to the top. I am definitely doing it again.

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