125 – East Bank Baker Lake – South

We’ve hiked the Baker Lake and Baker River area before, but not from the south. To reach the trailhead, we drove over a one-lane road along the top of the Upper Baker Dam. The forest was filled with giant trees and huge stumps from the long-ago days of logging. Our first destination was Anderson Point Camp, then on to Maple Grove Camp where we turned around and hiked back to the trailhead for a total of just under ten miles. Another great hike!

Baker Lake South trailhead
Baker Lake South trailhead

For directions and trip reports for this hike, visit the Washington Trails Association website, here – http://www.wta.org/go-hiking/hikes/baker-lake-maple-grove. It’s a great wild and scenic hike!

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