North Cascades Hiking Trails
North Cascades National Park contains nearly 400 miles of hiking trails and covers 640,000 acres. With multiple wild rivers, hundreds of square miles of glaciers, and several massive and beautiful lakes, this park has enough hiking and adventure for a lifetime of exploration. You’ll find stunning panoramic views, massive glaciers carving their way through steep valleys, and look out over a sea of granite peaks if you climb high enough. North Cascades National Park is also filled with wildlife. Because most of the park is wilderness, there’s plenty of remote habitat for black bears, elusive wolverines, salmon, and more.
Hiking Trail Options
Because North Cascades National Park has such an abundance of trails, it can be difficult to know where to start. That’s why we’ve divided these hiking trails into easy to navigate categories. Whether you’re interested in adventure, backpacking, or an easy hike for kids, we’ve got you covered. Just select one of the categories below, and explore some of the best hiking trails in the North Cascades.