North Cascades National Park Photo Gallery

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With peaks over 10,000 feet, parts of 684,000-acre North Cascade National Park loom higher than the clouds.  
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Campers should consider setting up along the Easy Pass Trail, considered by many one of the most superb parts of the North Cascades.  
Credit: Carlsen/National Park Service 
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Lake Chelan is the largest freshwater lake in Washington state and, at nearly 1,500 feet deep, the third-deepest lake in the U.S.  
Credit: Liang/National Park Service 
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Mountain goats are among the permanent residents of the North Cascades. Their strong forequaters, pliable hooves, and wooly 'subfur' help them endure the harsh conditions of their rugged environment.  
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Hidden Lake Trail is one of the most popular in the North Cascades with spectacular views, a historic fire lookout, and, as its name hints, a high mountain lake.  
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At just over 9,000 feet, Mount Logan is the fourth-highest peak in the park.  
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A hiker takes in a splendid view of Sourdough Mountain and surrounding peaks from one of the many fire lookouts in the park.  
Credit: National Park Service 
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The Sahale Arm Trail ascends steeply and eventually offers magnificent views of numerous peaks, including Mt. Rainier, on a clear day.  
Credit: Dalia Sante/National Park Service 
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Wildflowers grow in a meadow along Copper Ridge, a popular area for backpackers, day hikers, and trail runners.  
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Sunrise illuminates a valley and surrounding mountains.  
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