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The Sauk Mountain Trail is an easy 2.1 mile hike. The trail begins and ends in high mountain meadows offering wildflowers and spectacular vistas the entire length. On a clear day, the Sauk Mountain Trail offers hikers a sweeping view of the Skagit River Valley towards North Cascades snow-clad peaks. The trail switchbacks for 1.5 miles up the mountain's east face before crossing the south flank of the mountain and winding along a ridgetop on the back side for 1/2 mile. Sauk Lake lies in a meadow basin below, with a 1.5 mile trail leading to it.

Directions: From Sedro-Woolley, Follow State Route 20 east for 33 miles. At milepost 96 near the boundary of Rockport State Park, turn left on the Sauk Mountain Road (Forest Road #1030). Follow Road #1030 for 7 miles to the junction of Road #1036. Turn right on Road #1036 and follow to the road's end. The trailhead and a large parking area are located at the end of the road.

Elevation: 4,300 feet

Elevation Gain: 1,200 feet

Distance: 2.1 miles

Usage: Heavy

Difficulty: Easy

 
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Mt. Baker-Snoqualmie National Forest, Washington


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