Baker Lake Trail extends for miles along the pretty shores of Baker Lake near Mt Baker. It is ready for shorter out-and-back walks or longer stretches. Rivers, suspension bridge, pretty forest, mountainous views, and more are experienced along the way.
Baker Lake was formed in 1959 when Baker River was backed up and widened by a dam. It is now a picturesque area with forested trails connecting occasional primitive campsites. It is reached by going north of the town of Concrete, and the trail can be accessed via forest service road at either its south or north ends. It is a recommended hike when in the lower elevation areas near Mt Baker.