Mt. Dickerman and Lake 22 trail closuresMt. Dickerman and Lake 22 trail closures
Parking lots at two popular trailheads within the Mt. Baker-Snoqualmie National Forest, Mt. Dickerman and Lake 22, will close soon for construction.
The Mt. Dickerman Trailhead parking area closes Sept. 29, 2008 through April, 2009. Construction will increase the parking lot from 20 spaces to 70 to add parking for the Perry Creek Trail. A connector trail will be built from the Perry Creek Trail to the Dickerman Trailhead, and when it is finished, the Perry Creek Road will be closed. Mt. Dickerman Trailhead is located on the Mt. Loop Highway at milepost 27.3, east of Granite Falls.
Lake Twenty-two Trailhead parking area will close approximately Oct. 13 until the end of the year. The parking lot will expand from 30 to 48 spaces, gain new toilets and signs. Some parking will be available across the highway in the nearby Hemple Creek Picnic area. Lake Twenty-two Trailhead is located on the Mt. Loop Highway at milepost 13.2, east of Granite Falls.
For information about road and trail conditions go to the Mt.
Baker-Snoqualmie National Forest website.