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It's hard to describe the Lake.
First the hike. It's on a wonderful paved trail the whole way. The trail is gentle winding through a dense forest. The hike itself is a nice payoff. Then we round a corner to a viewing area and there...More
This is an easy walk through beautiful forest to a breathtaking lake and cascading waterfall. Was surprised how gorgeous it was! And paved the whole way so easy for people of all ages. One of the prettiest views of the whole trip!
It was an easy walk on a paved path to the look out you can see above. Once there take the forest trail to explore more. Bring at least running shoes for this portion, and a bathing suite, (or not) to dip in the lake....More
We enjoy hikes with a reward at the end and this hike has one of the best we have seen. Easy, paved trail that anyone can use. Very few people were there so we had the lake to ourselves when we got to it. The...More
The walk to get to the lake is easy and the reward, the lake view, is large! The path is wide, paved, and fairly flat with quite a few benches to rest on if needed. You walk through some nice woods ending at a beautiful...More
Even though this lake is outside North Cascades National Park, it's a very popular stop and comes recommended. Located at Rainy Pass Picnic Area (MP 158) are two great hikes. One is the Rainy Lake trail (1 mile/easy/one-way), while the other being the Maple Pass...More
At Rainy Pass, mileage post 158, we parked and took the opportunity to stretch our legs by walking the one mile trail to Rainy Lake on a paved path. I checked the temperature when we arrived at the lake and it was a chilly 47...More