The Newhalem Creek trail is a 9-mile, out-and-back trail, located within the larger Northern Cascades National Park. Because of its gradual terrain, the Newhalem Creek Trail is suitable for children and beginners. Old-growth of cedar trees and a variety of wild plants such as thimbleberries, blueberries, huckleberries, and salmonberries are quite common on the Newhalem Creek trail. Hiking on the Newhalem Creek trail presents hikers with the opportunity of enjoying breathtaking vistas including the bright and scenic Newhalem Falls, the glaciated Austera peak and several other Northern Cascades peaks. Long pants will come in handy as nettles other prickly plants dominate a bigger section of the trail. While dogs can access this trail, they should always be on a leash. Hikers may obtain drinking water from the creek, it is important to treat the water first before consuming.
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