The Pyramid Lake Trail is a 4-mile, out-and-back trail located within the Northern Cascades, Washington. Being a moderately difficult trail, the Pyramid Lake trail features panoramic views of the Pyramid Lake. The Pyramid Lake trail also supports a beautiful and vast ecosystem of flora and fauna. It is home to a famous wild plant that thrives in the lake is the carnivorous roundleaf (Drossera rotundifolia). Lodgepole Pines, Douglass fir trees, and Cedar trees are also quite common along this trail. Squirrels and woodpeckers also love environments that are recovering from a fire. Leashed dogs are also allowed on the Pyramid Lake Trail. Hikers will come across a stream where they can catch a break and fill their water bottles. There are no entry fees or parking passes for this trail.
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