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We just visited this trail and left halfway through because of the bugs!!!!! I'm no stuck up when it comes to the outdoors but there wasn't a second on that trail that didn't involve swatting flies and avoiding bees!!! Beware!
This was my second hike to Lake Ann and it was great. You drive past the picture lake. The trail is well marked. The first part is going down on a muddy road, then you go through the forest and the last part you go...More
I just hiked this trail today (10/03). Really cool hike with awesome views. If you hike it in early October, you'll be more rewarded with fall colors. Also blue berry all along the trail so a "chance" to see a bear. I didn't see any...More
This is a wonderful hike, leading to a pristine alpine Lake with up close views of the glaciers on Mt. Shuksan. Lots of wildflowers when we went made it extra special. This trail will likely be crowded on summer weekends, so plan accordingly.
This was our third day-hike in the Mt. Baker / Snoqualmie National Forest Area, and it was spectacular. The hike offers varied terrain (forests, alpine meadows, rock fields, and an alpine lake below several glaciers--the Lower Curtis Glacier being the most prominent view from Lake...More
This is a great four mile hike, but do be warned that right by lake ann (the very end) there are switchbacks that bring you up 900 feet. But I went before the first snow and the view was beautiful. From the campground, there is...More