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Baneberry Trail

Intermediate
 2.0 (2)

A gravel road option that connects to the upper part of Rufus Creek Trail.


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1.3

Miles

2.1

KM

Point to Point

1,314' 401 m

High

579' 176 m

Low

736' 224 m

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Down

11%

Avg Grade (6°)

25%

Max Grade (14°)

Dogs Leashed

Features Views

Open sunrise to sunset.

Description

This gravelly road serves up some steeper grades separated by level patches. It's less entertaining than the nearby Rufus Creek Trail or Leila June Trail, but it's a good alternate or nice part of a loop. A number of views along the way make for a nice pause as you hike. In the fall some deep drainage ditches can slick if covered in leaves.

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Eric Ashley

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The bridges are wide and stable, but they can also be a tad slick in the fall and winter.
Nov 15, 2017 near Sudden…, WA
The forest around the Lake Whatcom View Trail gets more vibrant the higher up you climb.
Nov 15, 2017 near Sudden…, WA
The southern half of the Lookout Loop Trail is more of a road, but there are still some good views along the way.
Nov 15, 2017 near Sudden…, WA
It's a loop so either option will work.
Nov 15, 2017 near Sudden…, WA
Lake Whatcom is visible from the top of the trail, but really you'll have a better view of Stewart Mountain.
Nov 15, 2017 near Sudden…, WA
The tip of Mt. Baker peeks through the trees above Stewart Mountain & Lake Whatcom.
Apr 29, 2017 near Sudden…, WA

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