My siblings and I snowshoed this trail, and loved it. I'd like to return again in the summer to try it without snow as well :) As a side note, you can rent snow shoes and other snow-sport gear at either at the Glacier Ski Shop along the way up to Mount Baker, or you can rent them for only $15/48 hours from Yeagers' Sporting Goods store in Bellingham.
Bagley Lakes Trail
2 mile loop
This was an easy day hike with beautiful scenery the entire way. This trail also connects to Chain Lakes, where I have previously continued on for a much longer hike.
Chain Lakes Trail
6.5 mile loop 1,700 ft Elevation Gain Highest Point: 5,400 ft
This hike began at the Bagley Lakes trail head at the Heather Meadows parking lot. The path went to Bagley Lakes, and then continued on to Chain Lakes. We eventually reached Artist Point parking lot, from which we found the trail head for the Wild Goose Trail. From there it was only another 2.5 miles to finish our loop and return to our starting point.
Table Mountain Trail
3 miles round-trip 600 ft Elevation Gain Highest Point: 5,700 ft
This is a pretty short hike but we added another mile or so as we explored around the entire perimeter at the top. The trail head for this hike was at Artist Point.
This lake is located right before reaching Heather Meadows parking lot. My brother and I stopped here to enjoy the scenery on the way back from our Bagley Lakes hike.
Graham's Convenience Store
We stopped at Graham's on the way back home for an after-hike snack. They have bagels with cream cheese or hummus, smoothies, and ice cream cones.
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