Baker Creek Loop Trail

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Baker Creek Loop Trail
4.5
Espaces naturels et sauvages • Chemins de randonnées
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4.5
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Jodi307
Charlotte, North Carolina510 contributions
juin 2021 • En couple
Wow, we loved this trail! A ranger recommended it and we’re grateful for that - it was our favorite trail in the park. You have to drive a gravel road for a few miles to reach the trailhead but this doesn’t require a high clearance vehicle. The trailhead and trail are well-signed. (The short cut to make this a loop and not take you to Baker Lake is well-signed too. Don’t fall for the seemingly correct trail you’ll encounter on the left that is not signed. That’s not the short cut. Ask me how I know…) The first half is uphill but manageable, and the second half is the downhill return. But the real payoff of this trail is the views! WOW! Sweeping beautiful views! Plus there were lots and lots of wildflowers. Absolutely recommend this loop! We loved it!
Écrit le 18 juin 2021
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Cindy C
Placerville, Californie6 contributions
août 2020
Beautiful hike through the forest. Interesting blow down from an avalanche years ago. Long hike down from the Lake but nice creek at the bottom.
Écrit le 18 août 2020
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Bob R
Port Clinton, OH165 contributions
août 2019
We have been hiking for probably 50 years and find this hike a good one for us older hikers. We do this every day in the morning while it is cooler and not raining during the monsoon season! We spend about a month in Great Basin National Park, the most awesome park in the national park system.
Écrit le 6 septembre 2019
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rlobdell13
Newport Beach, Californie8 contributions
juil. 2019 • En famille
This is a beautiful hike, but a tough one with an elevation gain if 1600 ft. You start at 8,000 ft and peak at 9,600 ft. The hike along the river makes the journey well worth it. Once at the summit you are surrounded by beautiful birch trees. Well worth the effort for this hike.
Écrit le 4 juillet 2019
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Mhshi
Denver, CO7 contributions
juin 2019 • En famille
We hike about 4 miles and experienced many different ecologies! The Creek is so beautiful! I am 76 so found the hike strenuous but absolutely breathtaking!
Écrit le 30 juin 2019
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jansbodyskins
Salt Lake City, UT3 contributions
août 2018 • Entre amis
We had a wonderful time. the staff was very sweet and helpful.
we will definitely come back again. The room was small but perfect. there was only a small fridge an a microwave, and coffee pot. I brought my crock pot an had a wonderful dinner after hiking. Sitting outside with a good book and a glass of wine on their swing bench looking at the Great Basin Mountains was a perfect way to end the day
Écrit le 23 août 2018
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Jack D
39 contributions
juil. 2018 • Entre amis
3.1 miles and 870 feet of elevation gain for this quiet and peaceful walk. Wildflowers in spots along the way.
Écrit le 5 juillet 2018
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LSUTraveller
Denham Springs, Louisiane1 679 contributions
mai 2018 • En couple
If you want to avoid elevation/snow issues - this provides a good substitute to those hikes. This can get lots of wildlife exposure and gives great views. Bring water.
Écrit le 29 mai 2018
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Kvltz
Brevard, Caroline du Nord104 contributions
mai 2018 • En couple
Did this trail in mid-May in a counter-clockwise direction. Started on the trail to the left. The meadow had several different wild flowers in bloom. A great photo op. Trail in steady uphill but not to steep.
There are no blazes but there is a sign to direct you to the cut-off. The trick is to understand that once you are on the cross-over, there will be red blazes. We didn't catch that at first and I was a little scared when we lost the trail. Just bushwhack to the next red blase and the trail will soon re-appear.
Lots of loose rubble so I was happy to have 2 hiking poles for balance.
The 2nd meadow didn't have flowers but we saw deer and turkeys.
My favorite of the 3 trails we did of Snake River Loop and Lexington Arch.
Écrit le 12 mai 2018
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Sheridan
Angleterre, UK2 422 contributions
avr. 2018
When most trails are inaccessible it is possible to walk here as there is less snow. It is not a very interesting or scenic walk as it follows a creek and some of it is on gravel roads
Écrit le 2 avril 2018
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