Rustic Mt. Baker Lodge is nestled in the spectacular beauty of the North Cascades and is a beautiful, fun getaway three hours from Seattle. See Mt. Shuksan from the dining room windows. Enjoy the mountains and valleys in the Mt. Baker-Snoqualmie National Forest and surrounding wilderness. Ski, snowboard, snowshoe or hike to explore the area.
Mt. Baker Lodge in the spectacular North Cascades makes an ideal base camp for some of the finest summer hiking in the Pacific Northwest. In summer, snowfields return to wildflowers and blueberries. Mountains are climbed without lifts, white becomes green, then yellow and red. Make it your place for hiking, scrambling, climbing, wildflowers, stargazing and photography.
At Lake Ann, look a glacier in the eye, or check out Artist Point, Table Mountain, and Chain Lakes loop trails, with sweeping views of Mt. Baker and Mt. Shuksan, only 3 miles away on the road to Artist Point. Numerous other trails are convenient day trips needing just short drives.
Sunset on Mt. Shuksan from Picture Lake is a world- famous scene and it's just an after-dinner stroll. Bagley Lakes and Pan Dome also are accessible without driving.
Snow-play opportunities usually are abundant through the end of August.
There are so many beautiful trails surrounding the Mt. Baker Lodge. They will entreat you as you capture the beauty and adventure and of this wonderful place.
For a list of hikes and trail conditions visit the Mt. Baker-Snoqualmie National Forest webpage. Current trail conditions are also posted outside the front door to the Glacier Public Forest Service Center. The center is open 8 A.M. - 4:30 P.M. Thursday-Monday, May 1 to mid-June and seven days a week, mid-June through September.
Come join us at Mt. Baker Lodge and enjoy the beauty of the North Cascades.
For pictures and more information about the lodge check out our webpage.