Trailhead: From Bellingham, go east on Hwy 542/Mt. Baker Highway 31 miles to the town of Glacier.Go another 2 miles past the Glacier Public Service Center and turn left on Canyon Creek Road/Forest Service Road 31. Drive 15.6 miles to the trailhead. There are 3 trailheads, take the trail to Damfino Lakes. Fifteen miles of road with some pot holes to get to the trail head. Must buy a parking pass for $5.00 US Glacier Public Service National Forrest. There's a nice hiking book in here or in Maple Falls at the Visitor Center called, Let's go hiking! Mt. Baker. You can't bring your llama on this trail. Yes, I said "llama."
It's a somewhat muddy, rooty and rocky trail. It snakes it's way with small rolling hills and some stairs. Soon you'll come to Damfino Lakes. There are two small lakes with a boardwalk. After the lakes you'll walk through the forest and go through some open meadows. The last meadow has a creek and one last big climb to the ridge where if it's a sunny day the views pop out. Still on a rainy the day the meadows offers beauty. Happy & safe trails.