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Slide Lake Trail

Ilabot Creek Road, Mt. Baker - Snoqualmie National Forest, Oregon 98267 USA

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“at 3,100-feet elevation!”

The Slide Lake Trail is slightly more than one mile long, maintaining a gentle grade for its entire length, making it a pleasant, easy family hike. The trail enters Glacier Peak Wilderness and winds through dense old growth forest and huge boulder patches to Slide Lake at 3,100-feet elevation. The lake was formed when a portion of the surrounding mountainside slid across the Otter Creek drainage to form a dam. Because of its low elevation, Slide Lake is one of the earliest mountain lakes to thaw, usually by early June.Please camp in established sites. Slide Lake hosts a population of fish.   Attractions: This trail, in the Strawberry Mountain Wilderness Area, provides access to Little Slide and Slide Lake. Length: 0.5 miles /Difficulty: Easiest Elevation (low): 7170 feet /Hiking: Allowed Elevation (high): 7230 feet /Horse: Allowed Season: June to November /ATV: Prohibited Use: Moderate /Mt. Bike: Prohibited

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June 17, 2015

Attractions: This trail, in the Strawberry Mountain Wilderness Area, provides access to Little Slide and Slide Lake.
Length: 0.5 miles /Difficulty: Easiest
Elevation (low): 7170 feet /Hiking: Allowed
Elevation (high): 7230 feet /Horse: Allowed
Season: June to November /ATV: Prohibited
Use: Moderate /Mt. Bike: Prohibited

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