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BAKER LAKE TRAIL FROM THE SOUTH TO MAPLE GROVE
8.0 miles round trip to Maple Grove, 8.4 miles if Anderson Point is visited.
A Whatcom County hike.
The Pacific Northwest Trail utilizes the fourteen-mile Baker Lake Trail which is on the east side of Baker Lake.
This is a lower elevation hike, beginning about 1000 feet above sea level and gaining about 300 feet in elevation. It is accessible quite a few months of the year.
Data: This hike is in the Mount Baker/Snoqualmie National Forest. A Forest Service parking permit is required to park at the trailhead. SWITMO rates this as an easy to moderate hike.
Driving Instructions: Drive east of Sedro-Woolley on State Route 20. At about milepost 82.5, turn LEFT onto the Baker Lake Road. At about the 14 mile point, turn RIGHT toward Baker Dam. Drive across the dam and continue on the gravel Forest Service Road # 1107 0.7 mile to the trailhead which will be on the left.