From the decks of our Mountain Loop Bed and Breakfast you can enjoy gazing at the majestic Mt Pilchuck. This mountain is one of the most popular Washington Trails Association (WTA) sites. Many are the repeat hikers of Mt Pilchuk. Those who have hiked this mountain can tell you how spectacular it is. The 360 degree views of the surrounding mountains and water. On a clear day you can see as far as San Juan Islands, Mount Rainer, Mount Baker, and the Olympics.
It is about a three mile hike from the trailhead to the top of Mt Pilchuk and an average hiker can make the distance under four hours roundtrip. For safety reasons it is recommended to register all your hikes, with the Verlot Ranger Station located within minutes of Mt Pilchuck. There have been a few incidents where hikers have lost their bearing and couldn’t find their way back down and had to be rescued by helicopters. Mt Pilchuk’s elevation is about 5300 feet and until 1970’s it was a ski resort. In a normal year you can see snow on the higher elevations during most part of the year.
Carry water or juice and some snacks, take your time and enjoy a few moments in the lookout shelter, a 1920 vintage structure on the summit. You will be amazed by the views up there!
Our Mountain Loop Bed and Breakfast located on Mountain Loop Highway in Washington State and Mt.Baker-Snoqualmie National Forest is near many of the WTA amazing sites such as Mt Pilchuck, Dickerman Mt, Lake 22, Big Four/Ice Caves, Barlow Pass, Independence Lake, Heather Lake, Boardman Lake, South Fork of the Stillaguamish River and many more. The WTA Verlot Ranger Station is located two miles east of our site. So don’t hesitate to book a stay at our B&B and enjoy some relaxation and fun.