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Bay to Baker Trail — Jun 16, 2011 — scotty
Day hike
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Nice walk with the little one. It's really to bad that it's unfinished but it's a sign of the times ...
Nice walk with the little one. It's really to bad that it's unfinished but it's a sign of the times $$$. It's enjoyable for what it is. A connector trail to Squalicum Beach from several small neighborhoods, if you continue a little ways further down the unfinished section you will reach Cornwall Park which is a nice place for a picnic. It's great to push the baby in the stroller on a nice sunny afternoon. That said I don't feel this is an appropriate venue for promoting this trail but I love walking it none the less. I will still give it 5 Stars and recommend it if you want to stretch you legs but don't want to leave town or are on your lunch break.
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Bay to baker trail — Mar 06, 2010 — treeana
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A short out and back hike along one of the sections of the proposed Bay to Baker trail ( 3 miles eac...
A short out and back hike along one of the sections of the proposed Bay to Baker trail ( 3 miles each way) which will hopefully!!! someday run from Bellingham to Mt Baker for a total of 74 miles many years ago I was able to bike ride several sections of the old railroad grade most of the way into Bellingham from Everson (unforunatly most is no longer accessible to the public.... either private, or turned into driveways.... the concept, and need for the trail is still there and has been studied, etc...... I started in Maple Falls and followed the route till a little ways past the Boulder creek bridge on the Mt Baker Highway the section along Maple Creek is the nicest... along with the Beaver Ponds (which the trail is now routed away from) lots of green in the first part..... ferns and moss, and then it gets too close to the highway to be enjoyed as a walk. Still a good bike ride (although rugged, lumpy, bumpy, and muddy, with lots of roots and rocks
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Beautiful flowing creek seen from trail. Photo taken by Treeana.
Location
North Cascades -- Mount Baker Highway
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