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Huckleberry Mountain Trail is a strenuous 7 mile hike or horseback ride. The trail begins off Suiattle River Road #26 and ends on the summit of Huckleberry Mountain. The trail consists of numerous switchbacks which climb steeply up the mountain. Small cascading waterfalls can be seen along the way. A campsite is located at 4 miles with a stream nearby. Since the trail winds through tall timber, hikers do not get much of a view until reaching the top. Once on the top of Huckleberry Mountain, the vistas are spectacular as one looks east to Glacier Peak, north to Mt. Baker and south to Whitehorse, Three Fingers and Mt. Pugh.

Directions: From Darrington, Drive north 7 miles to the Suiattle River Road #26. Follow this road for 14.5 miles. The trailhead is marked on the left.

Elevation: 1,000 feet

Ending Elevation: 5,900 feet

Elevation Gain: 4,900 feet

Distance: 7 miles

Usage: Light

Difficulty: Strenuous

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Mt. Baker-Snoqualmie National Forest, Washington

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