North Cascades National Park

Huge wilderness of mountains, glaciers & ancient forest, undeveloped but for backpacking trails. How awesome North Cascades National Park is? Without further ado! Here are the lists!

Mount Baker-Snoqualmie National Forest

The Mt. Baker-Snoqualmie National Forest is one of the most visited forests in the country. Located on the west side of the Cascades between the Canadian border and Mt. Rainier National Park, you will find glacier-covered peaks, spectacular mountain meadows and old-growth forests rich in history and outdoor opportunities. (source info)

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Maple Pass

Let’s see how awesome review it got!

“This is one of the grandest scenes in the North Cascades that is not difficult to get to. Make a loop out of it by first going to Ann Lake, then Heather Pass to see massive Black Peak, then up to the incomparable views of Maple Pass. Head over to Frisco Mtn and come down a steeper trail with other views including Rainy Lake. Because access is so easy it gets popular on summer weekends. But the higher you go, the fewer the people” – Google reviewer

You will surely enjoy your every seconds here!

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Desolation Peak

Curious from the name itself?

Well the place definitely does not mean emptiness or destruction!

Here let’s read a review to prove how awesome this place is!

“The hike up is not easy, but the views are amazing on a clear day!  There is a camp site about 1 mile below the fire watch tower, but very primitive.  If boating in to the trailhead, there is a dock when the lake level is high enough.  If you are going in late Fall, the water may be too low to use the dock.  Non-boaters can access the Desolation trailhead via East Bank Trail.”

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Black Peak

The name provide danger and pleasure! Black Peak is a highly eroded stratovolcano comprising a lava dome complex on the Alaska Peninsula of the U.S. state of Alaska. Also called Black Volcano. But for hard hiking, this is a good place to practice!

Here let’s read a review!

“Brutal hike and the trail was in existent in some places. Had to follow stacked rocks from time to time. No visibility at times due to clouds. But I like a difficult and unique hike. The view once you get there is amazing.”

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Ross Lake

Ross Lake is a large reservoir in the North Cascade mountains of northern Washington state, United States, and southwestern British Columbia, Canada.

One of the reviews says, “One of the most beautiful places on Earth. Had some of the best times of my life on this lake and in those mountains.” – Google Reviewer

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And hey!

Those are just some few of the great awesome places to see and visit!

Travel here and you’ll definitely see more!

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