Christmas Tree Permits For Mt. Baker-Snoqualmie Forest
Christmas Tree Permits For Mt. Baker-Snoqualmie Forest
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Permits for cutting Christmas trees in Mt. Baker-Snoqualmie National Forest can be purchased at Mt. Baker Ranger Station in Sedro Woolley; Glacier Public Service Center in Glacier; Darrington Ranger Station in Darrington and Verlot Public Service Center in Granite Falls–November 12th-December 24th.

Permits are $10 for trees up to 12-feet/$20 for taller trees.  Click here or here for information about local Christmas tree farms.  For ranger station road and weather information click here.

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