Day Hike! North Cascades: The Best Trails You Can Hike In a Day (2nd Edition)
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These wild and dramatic mountains with their deep valleys and steep slopes are so formidable that their individual peaks inspired such names as Mt Terror, Mt Challenger, Mt Fury, Mt Despair, Mt Torment, and Desolation Peak. Beyond the park's boundaries lie adjoining national forest lands, and provincial park, recreation areas, and Crown lands to the north.
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The park complex receives some , visitors per year and is popular with local hikers, backpackers and mountain climbers. The Ross, Diablo and Gorge dams along the upper Skagit River which cuts across the park have created lakes ideal for fishing and boating, and with hiking trails along their shores.
This act is composed of:. This same act also created the adjacent Pasayten Wilderness of , acres and enlarged the Glacier Peak Wilderness to , acres. In Congress designated approximately 93 percent of the three areas as the Stephen Mather Wilderness to provide additional legislated protection.
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The park complex is about a three hour drive north from Seattle on I The main routes include the Interstate I-5 corridor, running north and south from the Canadian border to the Oregon border; and the North Cascades Highway, running east and west and cutting through the North Cascades Park as State Route Seattle-Tacoma International Airport is about miles to the south on I-5 near Seattle and is served by some 30 major airlines. The town and road map of Washington's Cascades will help you locate cities, towns, attractions and points of interest.
Go Northwest! Bookstore Best selection of books on the Northwest. Click here! This compact guide covers the region's camping and hiking sights with at-a-glance icons for the nearby activities. Hiking descriptions, easy-to-follow maps, and clear driving directions are included for each camp.
Order now The first section of this trail parallels Foggy Dew Creek, staying on the north side, traveling through ponderosa pine and Douglas fir forest. The forest changes to lodgepole pine about 2.
This section of the trail is fairly flat but the surface becomes rocky 3. Known for showy wildflowers after the snow has melted, Merchants Basin is a wonderful destination.
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Take the left trail, and after 0. The upper end of the switchbacks returns to subalpine trees and shortly opens up into the meadows of Merchants Basin.
Stay on the trail you're currently on, and continue through open meadows, looking for rock cairns that mark the way. It heads right. Again, stay on the main trail, and take the last tenth of a mile to traverse a rocky slope to the main Sawtooth Ridge. See weather forecast.
http://production.ecolearning.org.uk/132.php Foggy Dew Creek North Cascades.