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DAY HIKES ON THE PACIFIC NORTHWEST NATIONAL SCENIC TRAIL (PNT) IN WHATCOM, SKAGIT, AND ISLAND COUNTIES OF WASHINGTON STATE
Where can I drive to a trailhead and easily access the PNT for a day hike in Whatcom, Skagit, and Island Counties of Washington State?
The day hikes that will appear on this website are those that the hiker can drive to and easily access without having to go through a locked gate and hike on a logging road to get to the trailhead.
Liability release: The hiker assumes responsibility for his/her own safety and the safety of others accompanying such person. In doing these hikes, each person agrees to hold harmless and free from blame the Skagit, Whatcom, Island Trail Maintaining Organization, SWITMO, and the Pacific Northwest Trail Association, PNTA, and their officers, directors, or members, for an accident, injury, or illness that might be sustained in doing these hikes.
The hikes that will appear on this page will be divided into three sections: Whatcom, Skagit, and Island Counties. They will appear from east to west as the Pacific Northwest National Scenic Trail, PNT, winds its way from the North Cascades to the Keystone Ferry on Whidbey Island.
Each hike will have a map and description that can be down-loaded.
We're adding hikes one at a time, so check back occasionally for updates.