Explore the most popular trails near Sedro-Woolley with hand-curated trail maps and driving directions as well as detailed reviews and photos from hikers, campers and nature lovers like you.

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mountain biking
4 months ago

I rode from Sedro to Concrete it was absolutely beautiful. My only complaints are that I didn’t know that the trail broke in 2 areas and was lacking directions to find it. Thankfully there were some nice horseback riders in Hamilton who pointed the way. Then again at Baker lake a couple told us to cross the highway bridge. At the end though, near & finishing to Concrete the trail was sandy for a good 3 miles beautiful but used extra energy pedaling through. I will be doing the trail again and want to go & return on it next time 

mountain biking
4 months ago

Just finished riding Sedro to Rasar State Park. Trail in great condition, saw maybe 4 other riders, a few couples with dogs.

If you want easy trail, with great views, this it it.

10 months ago

great for a walk, run, bike ride.

horseback riding
Friday, July 28, 2017

Enjoyable trail, Easy grade, nice view. Horsemen be aware of a bridge approximately 2 miles from Sedro Wooley that has a steel deck. Extremely dangerous for a horse. I would not attempt to cross it again.

mountain biking
Friday, July 07, 2017

Great trail for quick out and back rides at lunchtime!

Monday, December 05, 2016

One of the most beautiful places I've ever seen. A must see /bucket list. I went during mid Nov. and I felt like I hit all the seasons from sunshine, to falls leaves, rain, and snow absolutely speechless beauty!

Sunday, November 13, 2016

This is a gorgeous area. The greenish-blue water reminded me of the glacial lakes of Switzerland. Highly recommend driving through this area and getting out for some small hikes.

scenic driving
Sunday, May 01, 2016

North Cascades Scenic Byway runs 127 miles on State Route 20 between Sedro-Woolley and Winthrop, WA. This beautiful drive takes you right through the heart of North Cascades National Park, past Gorge, Ross and Diablo Lakes, and through Ross Lake National Recreation Area. The Wilderness Center is located in Marblemount and the Visitor Center is located in Newhalem. We traveled west on a rainy and very windy day, with showers in and out. We had a couple of brief dry spells and were able to stop at Diablo Lake and Washington Pass, taking the short hikes and enjoying the views. We started up the Rainy Lake National Recreation Trail but got pelted with heavy rains half way up. Much of the drive was through heavy mist, like a scene out of The Lord of the Rings. We had to get to Anacortes by evening and with stops we took about 4 hours to travel the Byway. If you go straight through, it will only take two and a half hours, but with good weather, you could easily spend 6 hours with additional hikes. This is a drive we will come back for, and hopefully with more sunshine!

Monday, April 11, 2016

good trail

Wednesday, June 24, 2015

This is a fantastic drive. There's a lot to get out and see and plenty of parks and trails along the way. If you take the bridge at marblemount it leads to some incredible views. Follow it all the way for some hiking. Stay on 20 to see lakes and dams as well. More than can be seen in one trip.

hiking
Saturday, November 29, 2014

Flat, easy trail. We averaged over 3 miles an hour. Great views. Looking forward to biking it in the spring - all the way to Concrete for lunch, then back. Trail was flooded about 5 miles in due to recent rains in the mountains. We had to turn around because it was cold (30 degrees) so we did not want to get our feet wet. The GPS and directions got us lost. Spent a half hour searching for the trailhead in a completely wrong place. One trailhead and parking area is just south of hwy 20 on Township . The other is at the intersection of hwy 20 and Fruitdale.

mountain biking
Saturday, September 14, 2013

This is a great bike trail that runs from Sedro-Wooley to Concrete, Washington. It has very light use. It runs along the SR-20 with epic views of the nearby mountain ranges, Skagit River, a winery, etc. with elk and eagle viewing sites along the way. A really fun ride. Much more preferable to competing with the traffic on the SR-20. Leashed dogs are allowed as well.

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road biking
Saturday, January 28, 2017

on Cascade Trail

trail running
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