CASCADE RIVER STATE PARK
0.0 The hike begins on the Cascade River Trail by climbing a short flight of steps, passing under powerlines, and crossing an unmarked trail before reaching the bridge over the Cascade River.
0.1 Trail intersection at the bridge; cross the bridge, turn right on the Superior Hiking Trail (SHT).
0.3 Bear left at a fork in the trail.
0.5 Trail intersection; continue straight ahead on the SHT passing
the ski trail on the left and the trail to the right.
0.6 Trail intersection; turn left passing a ski trail to the right.
0.8 Trail intersection; turn right on the SHT passing a ski trail to the left. The trail crosses Cascade Creek in about 200 feet.
0.9 Trail intersection; continue straight ahead on the SHT crossing a ski trail going right and left. The trail ascends steeply at times.
1.2 A spur trail on the right leads to an overlook in 165 feet with views to the north across the watershed of Cascade Creek.
1.4 Trail intersection; continue straight ahead on the SHT passing the spur trail on the left which leads to a backpack camping site. Reach Lookout Mountain overlook in 60 feet which has views to the east and north. The trail continues past the overlook to an Adirondack shelter in about 160 feet.
1.5 Trail intersection just beyond the shelter; turn left on a hiking trail leaving the SHT which continues straight ahead. This new trail descends from Lookout Mountain.
2.2 Trail intersection with a ski trail; turn left. In about 150 feet come to another intersection; turn right passing the trail to the left.
2.3 Trail intersection; turn left following the trail along the powerline corridor.
2.4 Trail intersection; turn left on the Wild Flower Trail leaving the trail which continues straight ahead.
2.5 Trail intersection; continue straight ahead, cross a bridge over Cascade Creek, turn left, and ascend a short distance along the east side of the creek. In about 100 feet, the trail comes to another intersection; turn right passing trails going straight ahead and to the left. About 130 feet further on, the trail, which is again traveling along the powerline corridor, comes to yet another intersection. Continue straight ahead passing the trail on the right.
2.6 Trail intersection just inside the forest; turn right passing the trail to the left.
2.8 Trail intersection; turn right passing the trail to the left. In about 80 feet, come to the intersection at the bridge over the Cascade River completing the circuit portion of this hike. Cross the bridge and continue straight ahead to return to the trailhead.
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