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November 25, 2019 / Sunset Magazine

These 15 Great Fall Hikes Prove Autumn Is Better in the West

Fall in the West was made for hiking and these trails over-deliver on foliage, killer terrain, and expansive vistas.

Chuckanut Ridge Trail, Chuckanut Mountain Park, Bellingham, WA

The moderate 10.4-mile round-trip starts off a bit above sea level and ends up at 1,900 feet, with views of Puget Sound, Mt. Baker, and British Columbia’s Coast Mountains. You'll find many other great fall hikes at Chuckanut Mountain Park, too, like Raptor Ridge and Lost Lake Trail.

Read full article here: Sunset Magazine
Original URL: https://www.sunset.com/travel/outdoor-adventure/top-fall-hikes#great-fall-hikes-alice-lake-id
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