Middle Fork Nooksack

Total Miles
12.6

Elevation

798.39 ft

Duration

2 Hours

Technical Rating

3

Easy

Best Time

Spring, Summer, Fall

Trail Overview

Middle Fork Nooksack is a 12.6-mile out-and-back gravel road located east of Deming and ending at Ridley Creek Trailhead. The road surface gets procedurally rougher, starting as a wide gravel road with some potholes and ending as a tight trail with some ruts and large deep potholes. The first 4.8 miles are passable to any vehicle, but after this point, some lower-clearance cars may have trouble. There are several bridges with views of creeks and rivers that feed into the Middle Fork Nooksack River. The first 9 miles are located within DNR land, with the last several miles ending in the Mount Baker National Forest. A Discover Pass is required.

Photos of Middle Fork Nooksack

Middle Fork Nooksack
Middle Fork Nooksack
Middle Fork Nooksack

Difficulty

The first several miles are easily passable by any vehicle, but as the trail continues it will become rougher.

Technical Rating

3

Status Reports

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Access Description

The trailhead is located on Mosquito Lake Road.

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