Mount Baker NRA SnoPark Snowmobiling

The 2nd most popular snowmobile trail in Washington.

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East of Bellingham and north of Concrete, the Mount Baker National Recreation Area SnoPark provides access to two trail systems, Schriebers Meadow and Blue Lake. The Schriebers Meadow system has 18 miles of groomed trail. The Blue Lake trail system has 16 miles of groomed trails.

To reach the snowmobiling trailhead for Mount Baker NRA SnoPark from Seattle, head north on US5 to Burlington. Proceed east on SR20 to Hamilton. Continue for another 5 miles on SR20 and turn north on Baker Lake Road for 12 miles to the SnoPark.

Overall, Mount Baker NRA SnoPark is the 2nd most popular snowmobile trail of all 28 snowmobiling rides in Washington. Several of the better snowmobile trails are nearby Mount Baker NRA SnoPark including John Wayne Pioneer Trail, Canyon Creek SnoPark, Glacier Creek SnoPark, Anderson Creek SnoPark and Finney Creek SnoPark.

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Local Contact(s):  Local Tourism (888) 225-8365; Washington Tourism (800) 544-1800; WA Snowmobile Assoc. (800) 783-9772; Avalanche Report (206) 526-6677.

Best Season:  Dec. - Apr.

Average Difficulty:  Moderate

Base Camp:  None

Luxury Loding:  None

Breakfast Restaurant:  Milanos

Reference Source:  click here http://www.parks.wa.gov/

Article Source:   Best Mount Baker NRA SnoPark Snowmobiling Review https://www.trailsource.com/?type=SNOWMOBILING&id=13526

GPS:  48.6494, -121.7288

Date Published:  1/4/2016

Date Updated:  7/15/2016

ID:  13526

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