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Barclay Creek Trail - No. 1055

Contact Info
2930 Wetmore Avenue
Suite 3A
Everett, WA 98201

Phone:
425-783-6000
Toll-Free:
800-627-0062
Basics
Length:
2.2 miles one-way
Difficulty:
Easy
Elevation Range:
2200 feet to 2500 feet
Elevation Change:
300 feet
Usage:
Extra Heavy
Season:
Late Spring to Fall

Description

This trail meanders along the course of the Barclay Creek until reaching Barclay Lake. The trail provides easy hiking with little elevation gain. Good views of the north face of Baring Mountain can be had from the lake. Expect weekends to be crowded.

This is an easier hike that follows Barclay Creek through mixed forest until reaching Barclay Lake at an elevation of 2422 feet. Along the trail, you'll encounter old growth trees, deer ferns, trillium, wood violets, bleeding hearts and salmon berries in season. There are cedar boardwalks leading to a log bridge crossing the creek. Shortly after the bridge, you will arrive at the lake where you'll find fantastic views of the north face of Baring Mountain shooting straight up to 3700 feet.

A Northwest Forest Pass is required for each vehicle parked at the trailhead.

Details

Length:
2.2 miles one-way
Difficulty:
Easy
Elevation Range:
2200 feet to 2500
Elevation Change:
300
Usage:
Extra Heavy
Season:
Late Spring to Fall
Useful Map(s):
Green Trails #143

Map + Directions

Basic Directions

Drive State Route 2 to Baring. In the town of Baring, turn north onto Barclay Creek Road #6024. The road is directly across from "Der Baring Store." Cross the railroad track and continue for 4.0 miles to the trailhead.


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