Suntop Trail is a very short, very easy hike in Mount Baker-Snoqualmie National Forest with panoramic views. It’s the perfect picnic spot, with lots of tables and a very well-maintained restroom. The hike is lightly trafficked at only 1.0mi with a mere 453ft to climb, so it’s a fun adventure for hikers of all ability levels.
The road in has some potholes, but it’s not as bad as other forest roads by any stretch.
The trailhead for Suntop Trail is off Forest Road 7315.
|When to do|
Yes - On Leash
Out and back
Suntop Trail Description
Suntop Trail is a short and sweet little jaunt with beautiful views at the top. There are picnic tables and very well-kept facilities, making this a great spot to spend a few hours. The trail is well-maintained and easy to follow.
Begin from the forest road, hiking up a gradual incline to a couple of narrow switchback turns. The trail then straightens out to reach the top. Gorgeous views and a great area to relax can be enjoyed before heading back down on the same path.
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