This popular hike through varied surroundings is very scenic. At the end of the trail is an old fire lookout cabin that has been restored by the Everett Mountaineers as small museum. The 360 degree views are easily worth the 3 mile uphill trek. Snow can linger into late July some years so watch your footing on the trail.
The parking lot at the trail head can be crowded during the peak months.
The views get much better as you ascend out of the forest.
Follow the Mountain Loop Highway 12.8 Miles to about 1 mile past the Verlot Public Service center (just past bridge). Turn right on Mt. Pilchuck road No. 42 and continue 7 miles to roads end.
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Trail inf0 contributed by: bacolv
Added on: 2007-07-09 22:59:20
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