Located in Arlington, Washington, the Three Fingers Trail is a 15-mile, out-and-back trail. An all year trail, the Three Fingers Trail is the perfect destination for hikers with advanced skills. If you intend to go past the Tin Can Gap, then you should ensure that you carry all the technical hiking equipment including ice axes, rope, and crampons. Gaiters and hiking boots will also come in handy. A variety of indigenous plants including blueberries and Douglas Fir trees dominate a bigger section of this trail. Hiking on the Three Fingers Trail presents hikers with the opportunity of enjoying scenic views of Mt. Baker and the glaciated Whitehorse Mountain. On top of that, an old fire lookout can be found on the highest section of this trail. On the old fire lookout, hikers will get stunning 360 degrees views of the surrounding mountain peaks, ridges, glaciers, and cirques of the Northern Cascades. While dogs can access this trail, they should always be on a leash. Hikers should remember to carry plenty of drinking water.
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