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    2 weeks, 2 days ago
    Lots of water from recent snowfall and yesterday’s rain. The trail virtually follows all the little creeks up to lake. Still views were worth it.
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    3 weeks, 6 days ago
    I was expecting more snow on the trail but only a few spots in the shade and then some in the last 50-100 ft of the trail. Beautiful day with views south to Mt Adams and to the north Glacier Peak & Mt Baker. Steep rugged trail which can be hard on the knees coming down.
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    4 weeks, 1 day ago
    Probably one of the most beautiful lakes in WA!
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    2 months, 1 week ago
    Worth the work. Plan wisely so you summit the correct peak. Some others were robbed of that chance due to wrong routes.
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    2 months, 3 weeks ago
    A tough climb at the beginning, but the rewards are worth it. Spent the first night at Lake Ethel and then the next night at Larch Lake. I would like to come back in October when the Larch turn gold. The third night we hiked back to Loch Eileen and hiked up to Donald lake. The best lake out of all was larch and cup.
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    2 months, 3 weeks ago
    This is a pretty cruel Loop, with very little flat surfaces. It took us over 13 hours. My climbing buddy hurt his ankle and at one point we were doing 1 hour miles 😬. Need some good route finding coming of the Dingford Trail, and lots of old fashion pnw bushwacking. Many bolder fields on the route. And lots of breathtaking high alpine lakes. All in all a pretty amazing Traverse but make sure you are prepared and move fast otherwise it you’ll be finishing in darkness... bring a headlamp regardless 🙌
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    2 months, 3 weeks ago
    Beautiful lake. Well worth the hike up. It is a difficult ascent but the trail is really nice. The day we were there the trout were jumping out of the water and catching flies, pretty awesome.
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    3 months, 1 week ago
    Very nice views, it took 3:30 walking between going up and down.
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    3 months, 2 weeks ago
    What a stunning hike! The last bit is steep for Colchuck lake, consider a Stuart lake add-on on a day hike
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    3 months, 2 weeks ago
    Beautiful hike and definitely worth the time. Other descriptions are pretty accurate - first couple miles are reasonably easy with the majority of the effort in the last two. My gps ending up showing the round trip to be closer to 9 miles than 8. Plenty of mosquitoes as previously mentioned so I would highly advise repellent. We arrived at 8:30am on a Saturday and ended up having to park around .25-.5 mi away from the trail head.
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    3 months, 2 weeks ago
    Better this time because for 5 miles up there are no trees on the path. Lizards but no snakes.
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    3 months, 3 weeks ago
    I would give this hike 5+ stars for beauty but the entire trail consists of rocks making it a bit tough at times walking over the rocks. We didn’t expect such a rocky trail. Bigs were really bad at Gem Lake but we still managed to enjoy our quick lunch.
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    3 months, 3 weeks ago
    First trip to Tank Lakes and all the others on the way. Worth the trek
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    4 months ago
    Trails easy to follow, beautiful view, away from crowds, not terribly technical
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    4 months ago
    From Inspiration Lake area out to Snow Creek trailhead.
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    4 months ago
    Some easy and ledgy 4th class scramble to or from the base of West Ridge. Would recommend this way to or from the route.
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    4 months ago
    Unlike some local trails the climb is steady but more gradual. Lots of loose rocks so wear good shoes. The Katwalk is really a nice treat to look forward to.
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    4 months, 3 weeks ago
    Trail ascends almost straight up and you gain almost 3,000 feet of elevation in about 2 miles. Halfway up the scenery changes from forest to alpine and views of guye peak, cave ridge, and alpental are great if you’re lucky enough to hike on a sunny day. The summit has a us geological survey mark from 1936.
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    4 months, 3 weeks ago
    This is one way to reach the base of Snow Creek Wall. It work, but try another way described in paragraph below. A better way is follow the descent gps track from my Snow Creek folder for how to cross the creek as this way was much easier and will also lead to the base along a better trail and less steep.
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    4 months, 3 weeks ago
    A descent trail from top of Snow Creek wall. Follows a well marked and worn (as of June 2019) trail down. Does include one rappel towards the very bottom that puts you at base of cliff. Rappel is after descending a narrow 10ft wide gully - see waypoint for location. Might be possible to avoid rappel by staying high (skiers left) above and round the rappel gully. After rappel, follow foot path until reaching a fairly well groomed trail and follow it down high to the creek crossing and the main hiking trail. This way is easy and a short way to access the main hiking trail. If you follow this gps track, you’ll get to the main trail- we did not return to base of climb.
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    5 months ago
    Yeah this hike gets hard and don’t do unless you have good boots, skill and trekking poles. Also you need Gaia on the last mile of the hike. Also it wouldn’t be dumb to bring machete as there are a ton of protruding plants in the last mile.
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    5 months, 3 weeks ago
    Did a one night backpacking trip 5/19 to 5/20/19 on this trail. It was my first backpacking trip ever! 25.33 miles total 17+ hrs on trail and 2,995 ft elevation gain. Lots of blow downs, bushwacking, washouts and creek/stream crossings on trail. Hiked in 14.02 miles. Trailhead is paved road, parking area is gravel. Bathroom is a vaulted toilet. No TP in bathroom and stinky trash. Must have a northwest forrest pass or America the beautiful pass to park here as there is no self pay station. Must sign the log for a self issued permit. Cool little grave across from the biggest most flat camp spot along the raging creek. Where Fred Erickson lies one of the original builders/owners of Ingalls Creek Lodge. Saw two deer in the forrests on our way out. Found ticks on ourselves, I had one and my friend had 3, 2 of which were Dog Ticks (ticks on steroids!). Saw a Rubber Boa on trail on the hike out. Make sure you have some sort of navigation as there are plenty of places where you can loose the trail. Most of the creeks and streams are raging right now from all of the snow melt. Lots of waterfalls on the mountains. I would not recommend this trail for small children as there are some steep drop offs, the trail can get pretty narrow, overgrown, ticks and big blow downs. Only encountered a tiny amount of snow on trail where we hiked but heard from 2 female backpackers who hiked further up that the trail turned to soft snow where postholing, slipping and sliding was common, so they turned around. Saw a big college group of hikers, a backpacker and a couple hikers on 5/20/19 all on our way back to trailhead, saw no one at camp. 5/19/19 saw 11 people. And some campers along the river. 5/19/19 when the weather is more warm all the bugs are out, including mosquitoes and ticks. Numerous trail junctions along this trail.
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    5 months, 3 weeks ago
    Did a one night backpacking trip 5/19 to 5/20/19 on this trail. It was my first backpacking trip ever! 25.33 miles total 17+ hrs on trail and 2,995 ft elevation gain. Lots of blow downs, bushwacking, washouts and creek/stream crossings on trail. Hiked in 14.02 miles. Trailhead is paved road, parking area is gravel. Bathroom is a vaulted toilet. No TP in bathroom and stinky trash. Must have a northwest forrest pass or America the beautiful pass to park here as there is no self pay station. Must sign the log for a self issued permit. Cool little grave across from the biggest most flat camp spot along the raging creek. Where Fred Erickson lies one of the original builders/owners of Ingalls Creek Lodge. Saw two deer in the forrests on our way out. Found ticks on ourselves, I had one and my friend had 3, 2 of which were Dog Ticks (ticks on steroids!). Saw a Rubber Boa on trail on the hike out. Make sure you have some sort of navigation as there are plenty of places where you can loose the trail. Most of the creeks and streams are raging right now from all of the snow melt. Lots of waterfalls on the mountains. I would not recommend this trail for small children as there are some steep drop offs, the trail can get pretty narrow, overgrown, ticks and big blow downs. Only encountered a tiny amount of snow on trail where we hiked but heard from 2 female backpackers who hiked further up that the trail turned to soft snow where postholing, slipping and sliding was common, so they turned around. Saw a big college group of hikers, a backpacker and a couple hikers on 5/20/19 all on our way back to trailhead, saw no one at camp. 5/19/19 saw 11 people. And some campers along the river. 5/19/19 when the weather is more warm all the bugs are out, including mosquitoes and ticks. Numerous trail junctions along this trail.
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    5 months, 3 weeks ago
    Did a one night backpacking trip 5/19 to 5/20/19 on this trail. It was my first backpacking trip ever! 25.33 miles total 17+ hrs on trail and 2,995 ft elevation gain. Lots of blow downs, bushwacking, washouts and creek/stream crossings on trail. Hiked in 14.02 miles. Trailhead is paved road, parking area is gravel. Bathroom is a vaulted toilet. No TP in bathroom and stinky trash. Must have a northwest forrest pass or America the beautiful pass to park here as there is no self pay station. Must sign the log for a self issued permit. Cool little grave across from the biggest most flat camp spot along the raging creek. Where Fred Erickson lies one of the original builders/owners of Ingalls Creek Lodge. Saw two deer in the forrests on our way out. Found ticks on ourselves, I had one and my friend had 3, 2 of which were Dog Ticks (ticks on steroids!). Saw a Rubber Boa on trail on the hike out. Make sure you have some sort of navigation as there are plenty of places where you can loose the trail. Most of the creeks and streams are raging right now from all of the snow melt. Lots of waterfalls on the mountains. I would not recommend this trail for small children as there are some steep drop offs, the trail can get pretty narrow, overgrown, ticks and big blow downs. Only encountered a tiny amount of snow on trail where we hiked but heard from 2 female backpackers who hiked further up that the trail turned to soft snow where postholing, slipping and sliding was common, so they turned around. Saw a big college group of hikers, a backpacker and a couple hikers on 5/20/19 all on our way back to trailhead, saw no one at camp. 5/19/19 saw 11 people. And some campers along the river. 5/19/19 when the weather is more warm all the bugs are out, including mosquitoes and ticks. Numerous trail junctions along this trail.
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    6 months ago
    Rode horse. Lots of downed trees. Heard 4 rattlers. Creek is raging so no crossing to any trails on the left. Streams crossing trail.
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    6 months, 1 week ago
    Very well maintained trail. Traffic noise from I-90 is a bit bothersome at start in places for first half. Big day to go to the summit. Great views, it's a ridge summit with some trees. Snow over last mile was difficult, cleats recommended. Upper half of the trail is along an old logging road.
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    10 months, 1 week ago
    Started at about 0930 with about 10 other vehicles parked along the road. During the winter Denny Creek Road is blocked off and adds about 2 miles to the hike. Bring traction for your shoes such as micro spikes as it gets pretty slippery they the whole hike. Once you get to Denny Creek Campground the trail to Franklin Falls is just under 2 miles further up. Great views along the way of crystal clear rivers, snow covered mountains and trees. Northwest Forest Pass required.
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    11 months ago
    Good snowpack to the turn off to the lakes, had to break trail out towards the lakes. Excellent day in the sun. Trail is heavily used on weekends and please remember to bring skis or snowshoes.
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    11 months, 2 weeks ago
    Nice hike. It's been a few years since I've done this popular hike. Dec.2 @ 8:00am start with the parking lot half full. I took the old Mason Lake trail up to avoid the Ira Springs trail and the groups ahead of me. About 1/2 up to the lake the snow started. One has to be careful crossing the creek and traveling on the boulders with the light snow covering. Once I hit the main trail again it was well packed down. About 6 people headed up to Defiance before me so the trail was okay and I didn't wear gaitors or micro-spikes. The top was in the clouds so no views. I took the Ira Springs trail down from Mason Lake. On my way down I met a number of people heading up and the parking lot was full when I go back.
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    11 months, 4 weeks ago
    The trail was closed during the summer of 2018 for trail work. Though I hadn't been on the trail prior, the current trail has plenty of signs and is easy to follow. The trail work also rerouted a small section on the trail from the map but it's hard to get off trail. Consider hiking to the balcony for a shorter hike. I'm still sore a couple days after hiking as the top section gets steeper towards the top and follows old mining roads. From the top, you can see distant view of Rainier and Baker.
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    11 months, 4 weeks ago
    For November this was an amazingly beautiful clear day. We hit intermittent snow at about 2.5 miles in and by 2.8 miles the trail stayed under snow cover except for some small patches where the sun was shining through and along with traffic, melting it away. The first mile was easy, the second a bit harder and the third one was where you got a good work out. But the views at the top were amazing. Note: Toilet at trailhead was locked. If you use the local trees/bushes, please pack out your toilet paper.
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    1 year ago
    Hiked this trail Oct. 2017. Beautiful scenery, fun and challenging trail.
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    1 year ago
    I'm not sure this is a "difficult" hike considering the moderate elevation gain (just under 3,000 by my measurements). I did this in pouring rain and it was less than fun, but I did have the trail to myself most of the day. The trail to Snow Lake handles the water well, except for a few stream/waterfall crossings. Beyond Snow Lake the trail often becomes just a stream bed or giant puddle forcing you to rock hop or take alternate paths. I'm giving it the summer rating because this really is a great route. Late fall in the rain, it is one star.
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    1 year ago
    Gorgeous autumn colors. Cold, sunny day but no ice. Pretty windy at the top
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    1 year, 1 month ago
    Hit the trail at 8:45 this morning. Larches are a little past their prime but still beautiful. The hike itself took 5 hours, plus an hour of resting in Headlight Basin and at Lake Ingalls. Lots of people in the afternoon were coming up as we were coming down, so we had to pull over a lot on some of the sketchy ridge sections. Most everyone was nice though, and it was nice to see no dogs breaking the rules. Sadly, no goat sightings, but lots of pikas were chirping.
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    1 year, 1 month ago
    Small amounts of snow near the top, probably the last one half mile. The trail was well maintained - very few areas of exposed root. A variety of mushrooms were present.
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    1 year, 1 month ago
    Spitting snow about 3/4 way up and snow at Lake but not sticking, yet. Great 4x4 trail. Will definitely do again next year.
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    1 year, 1 month ago
    What a day to spend in this beautiful fall weather! Original plan was a round trip to Kendall Katwalk and back, but we still had energy left to continue on to Ridge Lake. Stopped right after the Katwalk for lunch and the views which were amazing! Trail is a gradual climb over the 6 miles up so not too many rest stops. After the Katwalk the terrain is so much different and the fall colors really popped out. So beautiful and fresh. Sat down at Ridge Lake for about an hour just enjoying the moment. Wandered around the lake a bit and found some more amazing views of the cascades. The hike back wasn’t too bad, clouds started to roll in, but no rain. Lots of people on the trail, it was a Saturday after all. Found a parking spot with no issue by 9am. When we left there were cars parked along the side roads.
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    1 year, 1 month ago
    Stated at the trailhead about 4am, lot was half full (I imagine with thru hikers and those with permits to stay overnight.). Didn’t encounter many people on the trail. Beautiful clear night skies with the moon so bright. Used headlamps for the first 2-3 miles until the light started to come out. Fall colors were just beginning to show. Amazing views wherever you get the chance to peak out from the trees. We made it to the lake about 30 minutes too late to watch the darkness lift and the light illuminate the lake. Was still just as beautiful with the morning glow. The larches were so bright and yellow! We brought breakfast to cook as we sat and just admired the lake the the scenery and talking about thru hiking the enchantments next year. Wandered around the lake for about an hour then headed back down. Now in the daylight we were able to view the creek/river on the way down that teased us on the way up.
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    1 year, 1 month ago
    The trail was in great shape. No bugs and the fall colors are starting to pop out. Several small stream crossing and a few dry ones - but nothing that requires getting your feet wet. Right as you get to the shore of Upper Granite Lake things get a little muddy, but completely manageable.
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    1 year, 2 months ago
    I went all the way Melakwa lake. Pretty awesome post work hike. Had it all, waterfalls, views, lakes, and wildflowers.
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    1 year, 2 months ago
    YIKES! The hike up to Aasgard Pass via Colchuck Lake is one hell of a climb. That said, it's one of my most memorable hikes, too, especially the scramble down in the dark, looking for cairns (and not finding them) in the soft glow of our headlamps! If you're doing this in a day, leave yourself plenty of time, and bring plenty of snacks... Definitely worth the effort! Just use a lot of caution, especially if there's any snow.
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    1 year, 2 months ago
    Beautiful lake, like so many of our alpine lakes! A friend and I hiked up here on our way up through the Enchantments. We were pretty rushed as we were doing the whole trail in a day, but Colchuck Lake was a great stopover—just wish we could have camped there instead! Maybe next time, if we're ever able to get the permit for it. It's definitely worth the trip out even for the afternoon though, and has great views of Aasgard pass above.
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    1 year, 3 months ago
    Because of the special permit zone in the Enchantments, I haven't yet had the opportunity to camp in any of the various zones. I have, however, been able to do a day-trip up to climb Prusik Peak via Aasgard Pass (amazing, but makes for a looong day, from about 4am to 2am). This time (early June), I went up the Snow Lakes trail sans ropes, stopping for a chilly but beautiful swim at Nada Lake. By the time we arrived at Snow Lakes (only a little snow on the ground), thunder clouds were rolling in and we had to high-tail it back to the car, about 7 miles back the way we came. Less steep than the Aasgard Pass side of the Enchantments, I really enjoyed the hike through dense forest and talus slopes. There was plenty of fresh water along the route, not to mention it was beautifully crystal clear. There were few bugs and the trail was dry. Next time, I really hope to be able to camp up there.
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    1 year, 3 months ago
    As an early summer hike with my 5 month old puppy in tow in mid-June, choosing a two-night backpacking trip was tough. It seemed every other hike in the Leavenworth area had either too much snow, or was too long for my fur-baby. The ranger district told us to head to Ingalls Creek, which turned out to be really pleasant. I usually reserve my hiking energy for alpine lakes, but the creek was a good (easy) early season hike to ease my friend and I into hiking shape. We went further than the mileage shown here, about 8 miles up (16-miles round trip). It wasn't too hard on my pup, with plenty of creek-side breaks and swims. Finding spots to jump in that weren't too turbulent in the late spring turned out to be pretty tough, but doable. We did hear of a dog getting swept away in higher water along this creek, though. We especially loved being able to have fires at camp. Though there were tons of hikers, families and dogs along the first few miles, thing really quieted down past about mile 3 or 4. Eight miles in, we saw relatively few people. The bugs were almost non-existent that early in the season, but there were plenty of wildflowers and butterflies. Due to snow, and the pup, we weren't able to make it all the way to Ingalls Lake, but may give it a go another time.
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    1 year, 4 months ago
    I tend to go up the Old Trail and down the New Trail. The Old Trail is steeper and a good workout and the New Trail is gradual on the knees and easier to follow. The New Trail was created to reduce traffic where the trail is hard to navigate to reduce the impact hikers were making. Reflective signs are on trees to follow through the Old Trail sections. The trails merge before crossing into the alpine into the boulder field with good steps.
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