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Mt. Baker Highway Recreation

Mt. Baker Highway Hiking
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Mt. Baker Highway Biking
Mt. Baker Highway Skiing / Snowboarding

Highway 542 (Mt. Baker Highway) has two starting points. The southern starting point is from Highway 9, just south of the town of Deming. The northern starting point is from Highway 547, which begins at Highway 9, just south of the Canadian border near the town of Sumas.

Highway 542 Hiking Trails - Mt. Baker Highway

Artist Ridge - 1 mile - Easy

Bagley Lakes - 1.5 miles - Easy

Chain Lakes - 6.5 miles - More Difficult



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Fire and Ice - 0.5 loop - Easy

Lake Ann - 4.1 miles - More Difficult

Picture Lake Path - 0.5 mile - Easy

Ptarmigan Ridge - 4 miles - More Difficult

Table Mountain - 1 mile - More Difficult

Wild Goose - 2.5 miles - More Difficult

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Highway 20 Hiking
Mountain Loop Highway Hiking
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