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Miles: 8 roundtrip
Elevation: 2,000 feet gained
Originally called the Sulfur Moraine Trail, used mostly by climbers looking to summit Mount Baker, it was rebuilt to become a loop using the Park Butte Trail. Start towards Park Butte and turn right onto your well marked trail just 100 feet in. A gentle, forested climb takes you to a viewpoint in two miles, seeing Mount Shuksan. After passing old rock slides and meadows, you now see Mount Baker and then finally crossing Rocky Creek on a seasonally placed suspension bridge. Just beyond here, you rejoin Park Butte Trail and either turn right to the lookout or left towards your car. Crossing Rocky Creek again on the way down, this time with no bridge, can be a bit tricky based on the flow.