Located in Concrete, Washington, the Old Sauk Mountain Trail is a 2.5-mile out-and-back trail. A highly trafficked trail, the Old Sauk Mountain Trail is mostly used for hiking, walking, and camping. While the trail is accessible throughout the year, hikers should refrain from hiking an extra distance to the peak during winter. Asters, lupines, and Phlox dominate a bigger section of this trail. At the highest sections of this trail, hikers will get to enjoy stunning views of Mount Baker, Whitehorse Mountain, Mount Shuksan, and several other Northern Cascades peaks. An old fire lookout that offers a 360 view of the surrounding environment can be found in the highest section of this trail. Dogs can access this trail; however, they should always be on a leash. Hikers should remember to carry plenty of drinking water.
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