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This is a short but steepish forested trail leading to a little lake. For those who live or frequently visit the Plain/Leavenworth environs, this is a good family hike to stretch the legs and get a little exercise. For people who are infrequent visitors, there are more interesting hikes in the region to tackle first. The trail is forested, and provides pleasant walking but doesn’t yield expansive views. Look for signs marking the Hidden Lake Trail at the Glacier View Campground.

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Activity: Hiking
Nearest Town: Leavenworth, Lake Wenatchee
Skill Level: 1
Fitness Level: 1
Distance: A little over a mile (round trip)

Access: From Leavenworth, start the odometer after passing the gas station near the intersection of Icicle Road and Highway 2 West. Drive 14.5 miles west on US Highway 2, and tuurn right on route #207 following signs to Lake Wenatchee/Fish Lake Recreation Area (if coming from Stevens Pass, go 20.2 miles and take a left on #207). Follow #207. At 3.6 miles turn left on Cedar Brae Road (follow the signs to Nason Creek Campground). At 4 miles Cedar Brae Road turns left. Stay on Cedar Brae Road and at 9 miles you will come to Glacier View Campground (the last two miles are on a dirt road). Park and find the trailhead.

Fees/Permits: As of 2005, no permits were necessary for this hike.
Additional Information: Click here to read the trip report prepared by the Leavenworth Chamber of Commerce.

Leave It Better Than You Found It
. This should be every outdoor user’s goal. Pick up trash left by others, pull some noxious weeds along your route, throw branches over unwanted spur trails, don’t ride or walk wet trails when you’re leaving ruts/footprints deeper than ¼ inch…

Disclaimer. Treat this information as recommendations, not gospel. Conditions change, and those contributing these reports are volunteers–they may make mistakes or may not know all the issues affecting a route. You are still completely responsible for your decisions, your actions, and your safety. If you can’t live with that, you are prohibited from using our information.

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