Barclay Creek Trail 1055

  

Hike through old growth trees, deer ferns, trillium, wood violets, bleeding hearts and salmon berries in season as you follow Barclay Creek to Barclay Lake at 2,422 feet elevation. Cedar boardwalks lead to a log bridge crossing the creek. Shortly after the bridge, arrive at the lake and take in an outstanding view of the north wall of Baring Mountain, dramatically rising 3,700 feet above the lake.

Washington Trails Association

At a Glance

Open Season: May
Usage: Heavy
Best Season: Summer / Fall
Busiest Season: Summer
Restrictions:
  • The trail is closed to motorized vehicles, bicycles and stock.
  • Camp in established campsites.
Closest Towns: Baring, Washington
Restroom: portable toilets
Passes: A valid Recreation Pass required at Barclay Lake Trailhead.
Operated By: US Forest Service
Information Center: Check current conditions or call Skykomish Ranger District office at 360-677-2414.

General Information

Directions:

Drive US Highway 2 to milepost 42 in the town of Baring. Turn north onto Barclay Creek Road (Forest Service road 6024), which is directly across from “Der Baring Store.” Cross the railroad tracks and continue for 4.3 miles on FS road 6024 to the trailhead.


General Notes:

Map: Green Trails #143 (Monte Cristo)


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Location

 
  Area/Length : 
  2.2 miles one way
  Latitude : 
47.7924922203
  Longitude : 
-121.459317054
  Elevation : 
2,200 feet