Huckleberry Mountain Trail 780

  

Climb steeply up the mountain on numerous switchbacks. Enjoy small cascading waterfalls from many streams along the way. A camp spot with a stream nearby can be found at four miles. The trail accesses Glacier Peak Wilderness.

Since the trail winds up the mountain passing through timber, you won’t get much of a view until reaching the top. But once there, the vistas are spectacular as you look east to Glacier Peak, north to Mt. Baker and south to Whitehorse, Three Fingers and Mt. Pugh.

Washington Trails Association

At a Glance

Current Conditions: Alert! Not accessible by vehicle. Due to flood damage the Suiattle River Road is closed to motorized vehicles at mile 12.5. Distance to the trailhead approximately two miles.
Usage: Light
Best Season: Summer/Fall
Restrictions: Wilderness regulations apply within Glacier Peak Wilderness.
Information Center: Check current conditions or call Darrington Ranger District office at 360-436-1155.

General Information

Directions:

From Darrington drive north eight miles on State Highway 530 toward Rockport to the Suiattle River Road 26, closed at mile 12.5. From the gate hike or bike approximately two miles to the trailhead on the north.


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Location

 
  Area/Length : 
  7 miles
  Latitude : 
48.2697261882
  Longitude : 
-121.349909514
  Elevation : 
1000 feet - 5900 feet