My fiancee and I wanted an easy going fun hike to get outside the city for a bit and we chose this on a Saturday afternoon. Nestled back in the Mt. Baker and Snohomish National Park there is this gem of nature. It is marked by signs for Ice Caves and the Big Four comes from the name of the peaks surrounding. It is a easy going hike 1 mile in and 1 mile out. No problem for pets, kids, older members of the family, you'll see all types. There is a pleasant river you pass and then you get to the ice caves. The cold air billowing from the caves is invigorating and you can see the water streaming down the walls. There is a water fall up above feeding into the cave and don't forget the sweeping view behind you.
This hike costs $5 if you don't have an annual pass. There is wonderful views of the forest and mountain peaks throughout the hike. It was not even it's busiest while we were there from the looks of the parking lot and it was still a good group of folks there. There are facilities at the start of the hike.
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