The Cascade Trail is 22 miles long and traverses
farms, wetlands, forests, and provides views of the surrounding Cascade Mountains.
Landscape and Wildlife Photography
A photographers dream...stunning Mount Baker
and it's surrounding lakes, meadows, and forests support an ecosystem filled with wildlife. An ever changing landscape
that seasonally provides an abundance of photographic opportunities.
Boating, Kayaking, Fishing and Water Sports
Lake Shannon is
7.5 miles long and was formed in the 1920's by the construction of a dam.
Baker Lake is 9
miles long and has lots of fabulous scenery around it. Many hiking trails are best accessible by water.
Snowmobiling, Cross Country Skiing, and Snow Shoeing
away from Lake Tyee are the sno-parks on the flanks of Mount Baker providing miles of winter entertainment.
Mountain Climbing, Bouldering, and
A short 45 minute drive East from Lake Tyee in the town of Newhalem you'll find
yourself at the portal to some of the best mountain climbing in Washington State. At Shriebers Meadow summit teams
assemble to begin their assent of Mount Baker.
Skagit Tours July and August 2011 (Seattle City Light)
Enjoy a boat
tour and lunch on Diablo Lake
Take a walking tour of historic Newhalem & Gorge Powerhouse
Van tour and hike "Dine on the Dam"
Stay tuned for special tours scheduled
for Fall 2011