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Hike through the trees is rewarded with stunning views.

Bit of a long drive to get to the trailhead,just be aware of that. Trail is steep to start but not... read more

Reviewed 16 August 2017
White Rock, Canada
Ridge hike with stunning views

Two miles up a well-graded trail through the forest and you come over the edge of a meadow where... read more

Reviewed 30 August 2016
Claire F
Vancouver, Canada
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A 5.4-mile trail leading to a wildflower-covered ridge top.
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Glacier, WA
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Reviewed 16 August 2017

Bit of a long drive to get to the trailhead,just be aware of that. Trail is steep to start but not difficult.The views at the top are fabulous and well worth the effort. Not many people on this trail when we were there-great place to...More

1  Thank kiwisteve57
Reviewed 30 August 2016

Two miles up a well-graded trail through the forest and you come over the edge of a meadow where the sudden view of Mount Baker in all its glory has more than a few hikers exclaiming out loud. You can stop right here and bask...More

1  Thank Claire F
Reviewed 22 August 2016 via mobile

A great walk which springs a surprise on you after walking for an hours through the trees. As soon as you walk out you are amongst the flowers in a meadow worth the bulk of Mount Baker right in front of you. Wander around the...More

1  Thank Richard I
Reviewed 28 July 2016

Me and my husband really love living in NW and hiking around. This hike is very special to us because my husband proposed on the higher point of the farthest mountain. The view around was just spectacular! From now on it's our favorite place to...More

Thank Iren- P
Reviewed 24 September 2015

After nearly 10 years of having people telling us we should hike the Skyline Divide trail, and after one attempt where we were socked in with fog, we finally were able to hike this trail in spectacular weather. The trail is fairly short (2 miles...More

2  Thank Kathair
Reviewed 27 August 2015

We stopped at the Ranger station in Glacier to buy a parking pass ($5). The 12 mile gravel road up was rough. It would have been better to have a high clearance vehicle but we made it up in our mini-van. The first part of...More

2  Thank Bella_Canada_12
Reviewed 22 August 2015

It is like arriving in Heaven. Skyline Divide is truly divine. It is not a difficult hike, It is 15 km return, you have to find a sunny day to make it worthwhile. You simply do not want to miss that spectacular views at the...More

Thank Jacqueline Y
Reviewed 20 August 2015

My husband had waxed eloquent about the beauty of the Skyline Ridge trail. I finally made it to the trail head on August 17. It was a beautiful clear day. The drive up is about 20 kilometers (12 miles) on a poorly maintained road, which...More

Thank VancouverGreetje
Reviewed 22 June 2015

The road in hasn't been graded yet but I hear that's happening soon. I just went slow and didn't have any problems, I guess the maintenance crews didn't schedule for the early snow melt. The first couple miles are a bit steep through the forest,...More

Thank jpcruizer77
Reviewed 14 May 2015

A very short hike brings you out to a ridge where the views seem to be endless, if you time it right the wildflowers up here are amazing, I heard someone comment all that was missing was Julie Andrews to pop over a hill singing...More

1  Thank Terry P
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2 February 2016|
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Response from Jacqueline Y | Reviewed this property |
I was in Mt. Baker last May. All the trails were closed. Alot of snow, Snow can be over 10-20 ft deep ! Though we saw hikers going to the trails, but they got to be led by very experienced guides or they are experienced... More