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    1 day, 12 hours ago
    Was a really nice off road excursion in the forest east of Darrington. The road had a couple issues but the Subaru Legacy made it just fine. Check the forest service website for any road alerts before you try the loop.
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    3 days, 16 hours ago
    Great hike, will bring fishing pole next time. Think it would be a good place to overnight. Saw a small doe at start of hike. A good hike for Shelley
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    1 week, 5 days ago
    Hiked 9/7/2020. The view of Glacier Peak on this hike is spectacular. You catch views of Glacier to the left and other awesome peaks to the right about halfway up, which means there's more time to enjoy them (rather than only getting views at the summit). It was windy at the top, but not too bad. The summit is large so there's plenty of room for multiple parties to spread out and keep their distance from each other. The trail is interesting: It's an all-or-nothing steepness. The steep parts were insane--I felt like I was almost climbing a ladder. But then in between the steep parts were nearly totally flat sections that were so beautiful and peaceful. The trail surface is great (packed dirt with pine needles) for most of the hike. Only the first .5 mile or so is loose dirt and rocks.
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    2 weeks, 1 day ago
    Easy gradual elevation gain. Trail is in really good condition with few rocks or tree ruts. Both Talapus and Olallie lakes are rewarding views after the stretch of trail before them.
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    2 weeks, 1 day ago
    It’s definitely a classic corridor hike. But be wary of crowds on weekends.
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    2 weeks, 5 days ago
    First time coming to summit and it was gorgeous! Enjoyed every second of the hike and the lake at the top. Next time planning on camping there.
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    3 weeks, 5 days ago
    Good evened out elevation gain. Not hard not to easy. Rewarding and memorable 360 views. Road is little rough but no restrictions or problems.
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    3 weeks, 5 days ago
    I hauled to much but after 4 hours I made. Probably the most difficult hike of my life. Rocky,boulder crawling just like the guide book said. Time for the hike down.
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    3 weeks, 6 days ago
    An absolute barn burner to try and do in one day. Doable, but not recommended. This area is too beautiful to be sprinted though in less than 2-3 days. Plus, many areas on the “trail” once you enter the volcanic rock/glaciated section of the mountain are just loose rock and talus. Slow going when you’re already exhausted!
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    1 month ago
    Beautifully diverse scenery. Open mountain terrain and shaded meadows with running water throughout. Lakes are great for mid-hike swim. Trail is moderately technical at times. Climb is steady. Not too crowded.
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    1 month ago
    Fantastic day hike. Weather was spectacular and the views even better. Got to enjoy some ripe huckleberries along the way. I might do it again and do an overnighter connecting ridge lines.
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    1 month ago
    With Mary and D. Still some flowers out, beautiful day and very few people! Wished we would have left a car at Northway parking lot. Added 2 miles onto hike.
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    1 month ago
    This is a pleasant forest hike that possesses amazing views, meadows, and a very nice lake. The road to the trailhead is very potholed so care must be taken if you have a smaller vehicle. Eventually, the road becomes very narrow so keep this in mind because you may need to hug the shoulder in order to let other vehicles pass. Parking for the trail is along the road which dead-ends at the trailhead sign and a Northwest Forest Pass is required. There is a latrine near the trailhead if you need it and most of the early trail is well-maintained. The trail does become narrow and spots are a little overgrown as your trek continues. Eventually you reach what amounts to a couple uphill scrambles that could pose difficulties for some hikers if you aren’t used to this sort of thing. I found trekking poles useful for the return trip but actually slipped and fell on the slightly muddy surface. The scrambles account for a good portion of the trail’s elevation gain. Past these, you begin your descent into the lake’s basin. The lake is amazing and didn’t seem to be overrun with people. One thing to note is that Highway 2 can be a real nightmare if you time things wrong. Our drive from Tacoma took 2 hours but the return trip took 3 due to an hour-long backup through Highway 2’s small towns. The locals must see this regularly as several were on the roadside selling snacks or holding up signs with encouraging messages on them.
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    1 month ago
    Great hike with Janet, D and Mary
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    1 month ago
    Beautiful hike to Snow Lake. The first 1.7 miles is a manageable incline. The next half mile-ish is a bit steeper climb over a rocky trail. But once you get to the top, there is a short detour rock climb on the left to an overlook of Snow Lake which is beautiful. The trail continues down to the lake. Bring a snack, find a place to sit, and enjoy the cool, clear lake. Definitely worth the trip. One of my favorite hikes.
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    1 month ago
    One of the best hikes around here. Drive up is a bit bumpy but nothing terrible. Walk up starts in the forest and ends up in beautiful flower beds looking at Mt Baker. Did it with my two sons, would call it moderate.
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    1 month ago
    Views at the top were gorgeous, saw lots of deer, but mosquitos were insane!
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    1 month ago
    Little Bandera Mountain
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    1 month ago
    Beautiful hike that is best enjoyed earlier in the summer when the flowers are blooming, and certainly on a clear day to get an unobstructed view of Mt. Rainier from the top. Not very difficult - the ascent is relatively mild and spread out over the course of the hike. Some bugs at the top so bug spray is a good idea. While you can probably drive to the trailhead in a sedan, the forest road has some larger dips and bumps so I would highly recommend something with a little more ground clearance and AWD so you don’t mess up the road for others.
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    1 month, 1 week ago
    UK Ann. Yo
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    1 month, 1 week ago
    Amazing view of Mt Rainer. Hard climb but a fast downhill
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    1 month, 1 week ago
    This is a difficult hike to the crown Snoqualmie Pass area peaks, requiring route-finding before July (and into July some years) when much of it is not melted out. In late August and early September, gorging on blue/huckleberries possible. The summit block looks daunting from afar, but is nothing more than Class 3.
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    1 month, 2 weeks ago
    We spent 5 hours on this hike stopping to take pictures and identify plants. This hike is a great workout.
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    1 month, 2 weeks ago
    Awesome
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    1 month, 2 weeks ago
    One of my favorite hikes, impressive steep 1/2 mile straight up with panoramic views of Lake Valhalla, Dow and Janus Lakes, plus Glacier Peak!
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    1 month, 2 weeks ago
    Done August 4th-5th 2020 Trails are well marked through Railroad Grade. Boot pack is easy to follow on the glacier. Great views. Mileage is likely longer due to variable glacier travel. Some glacier areas may melt out soon so take caution.
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    1 month, 3 weeks ago
    This is the 3rd time I've hiked Dickerman. The views at the top are as spectacular as they come in beautiful Washington. However, I found the long slog to the top a tad monotonous and tedious but what a top. Baker and, most dramatically, Glacier Peak. Many others too many to list. I used my "Peak Finder" app which was fun but of course I don't remember most of the names. Once emerging from the forest, the open areas offered stunning views of the mountains to the south, most prominently Big Four and others, but also an explosion of wildflowers. Pleasantly, it was not crowded--only 6 cars in the large lot when I arrived on a Tuesday at 9 AM. Also breezy and surprisingly few bugs. This hike is not nearly as difficult as Gothic Basin nearby. Tread was decent, though in the descent, the roots and rocks bothered me more than when going up.
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    1 month, 3 weeks ago
    Carried my inflatable SUP to the lake which was a little smaller than I expected but still great views! There was still snow on the mountain side draining into the lake. Steep stairs were rough on the knees on the way down.
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    1 month, 3 weeks ago
    Started from the Dingford Creek trailhead as I've got a capable 4x4 high-clearance vehicle and I'd suggest having at least a high clearance vehicle if attempting to drive down this forest road. Getting to the hike is via Middle Fork Trail 1003 and it can be accessed from the Middle Fork Snoqualmie Trailhead or the one I took. That trail is relatively flat and offers nice views from both directions, with the Dingford Creek TH being the shorter way to get there. The start of the Tin Cup Joe falls trail is either ~10ft or so before or after the Cripple Creek bridge, depending on what direction you came. I found the trail start to be obvious enough and just where Gaia said it would be. I would highly suggest having the Gaia map downloaded, wear shoes/boots with good traction (not Nikes), and have a decent sense of direction as it can be quite easy to lose the trail at times. I would rate the hike as moderate only because of the state of the trail. There are many many blowdowns to navigate, lots of roots to trip over, and I dare say the trail hasn't seen maintenance in quite some time. This trail is probably not the best for a novice, unless you're looking for some adventure. Having said all that, I had lots of fun and the reward at the end was pretty spectacular. This one is well hidden and I almost hope it stays that way. Gaia said it was 4.72 miles round trip with 1051ft of elevation gain. My Garmin Instinct said it was 5.74 miles with an elevation gain of 951ft.
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    1 month, 4 weeks ago
    Nice hike, great weather. Camped at Lower Tuscahatchie - only people there. Trail to Melaka was very brushy. Melaka Lake is quite beautiful. The trail down to Denny Creek was very rocky and lots of folks. Overall good hike.
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    2 months ago
    What a challenging hike.
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    2 months ago
    Views views
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    2 months ago
    Less of a ridge hike than I had imagined - it traverses below a ridge for most of the hike in the forest with glimpses of mountains between trees. Bugs were also troublesome during our hike. Good for kids as elevation change is minimal.
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    2 months ago
    Very busy day on the trail. Most people wore masks which I was glad. Trail was in good shape, clear of snow, although difficult at times with all the sharp scree rock embedded in the trail. 7/18/20
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    2 months ago
    Amazing wildflowers
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    2 months, 1 week ago
    I had been wanting to get to Glacier Basin for a long time, so I was thrilled to finally get a chance this weekend. We left the Barlow Pass trailhead at about 8am and started towards Monte Cristo. The log "bridge" over the Sauk was in great shape and was pretty easy to cross this time of year. The only people we saw along the way were a few backpackers who had spent the night along the river. Out from Monte Cristo, the trail gets quite a bit more difficult. We must have been the first of the day headed up, because the trail is fairly overgrown in places, and the brush was quite wet. It's a tough climb including a few slick spots, a rope section, and a small snow patch, but well worth it! The basin itself is incredible. There's a snow cave, tons of creeks, huge glacial boulders, and even some artifacts left behind from the mining days. We easily spent a few hours wandering around the basin and enjoying the magnificence and solitude. I'd definitely love to come back to camp here sometime. On the way down, we crossed paths with a few people prior to Monte Cristo, then saw a fair number of families enjoying the day in the townsite. With our wandering, I logged a total of 16 miles and 3,800 feet of elevation gain. I'd guess the numbers listed by WTA are on the low end.
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    2 months, 1 week ago
    Kendall katwalk was beautiful, lakes 1.5 mi away on pct
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    2 months, 1 week ago
    crowded
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    2 months, 1 week ago
    Beautiful hike! The crowds were especially bad on a Sunday and the clouds over the mountain obscured the view a little but when they broke it was amazing! I’d recommend hiking after noon to get the best views and less traffic.
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    2 months, 1 week ago
    3100’ feet of elevation in 2 miles. That’s a 30 degree + avg ascent the whole way. Good knee tendon testing :). It’s more scrambling/bouldering than a hike. I would definitely recommend trekking poles for parts of it. Very little snow on trail and I suspect it will disappear in the next week or two. Absolutely stunning views from the top.
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    2 months, 1 week ago
    This is a badass hike!!! Straight up, pulling yourself up with tree roots and branches, veggie belaying on the way down. Boulder scrambling, small amount of snow crossing this time of year (only needed micro spikes, if that), epic views from the top. <5 mph winds at the summit, warm and sunny. Ahhhh
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    2 months, 1 week ago
    Lots of mosquitos at the top. Quite a bit of road noise from I-90 until you pass the peak.
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    2 months, 2 weeks ago
    Although it was an overcast day, the trail was dry with few muddy spots. The overall condition of the trail is great due to its fairly heavy use. The wildflowers were blooming which made for a scenic trip.
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    2 months, 2 weeks ago
    Great popular hike.
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    2 months, 2 weeks ago
    Late start at 11 am due to rain. Michael (leader) and I continued on snow traverse past Tin Gap (everyone else elected to stay behind). Worked non-stop to reach the lookout but at 5pm made the decision to turn around - only 1/4 mile from the summit 😣 Learned so much and tested my limits/skills. Great day overall and the clouds started clearing mid afternoon to give us a few epic views of the mountain. Hiked last two miles in dark with headlamps. Made it back to trailhead at 10 Pm. Mountain biked 9 miles back to car and arrived at midnight. In the last 4 miles caught up to the rest of our group! 💪🏼 Michael went too close to the edge of the road trying to avoid a pothole, and the car slipped in the mud off the edge, totally stuck. Fortunately, Amin made quick work by fashioning a pulley out of climbing rope. Jessmin was then able to easily pull us out with her Tesla. So thankful 🙌🏼 Home by 2am 🥱
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    2 months, 2 weeks ago
    This is a great, well-maintained, moderately travelled trail near Mt. Rainier National Park. The loop starts at the Palisades Trailhead, continues to Little Ranger Peak, follows the trail to the burned-down shelter, connects to the Little Ranger Creek Trail, and finally connects to the White River Trail where it parallels Highway 410 until it returns to the Palisades Trailhead Parking Lot. It amounts to about a 14 mile loop with close to 2850 feet of elevation gain. Along the way are several potentially spectacular viewpoints depending upon the weather. The day I went, it was foggy and rainy so the views were mediocre and Mt. Rainier was not visible. There was still enough splendor to make you stop and appreciate the incredible opportunities that the Mt. Rainier area offers. One thing that makes this loop very doable is that the first 1000 feet of elevation gain occurs in the first mile and a half. After that, there is an average steady grade of about 12% that covers the remaining 1850 feet of gain. When you hit the 5.5 mile mark, you might be tempted to turn around but from this point on, it is mostly downhill to the end. I didn’t see any signs of major wildlife on this hike. Keep in mind that this is also a popular mountain biking trail so you will need to be aware of the shared use that occurs here. All the bikers on my trip were very considerate and announced their oncoming presence with plenty of time for me to step to the side.
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    2 months, 2 weeks ago
    The trail is clear (mostly) until the upper meadows just before the junction with the turn off for railroad grade trail. We hiked it with waterproof boots (recommended) and trekking poles. We also put on micro-spikes, which were a little helpful at spots, but not needed. Others made the hike with no poles or traction devices. The snow on the trail is packed and trekked enough to follow/hike without problem. The snow is almost 3-foot thick still, so it will likely be weeks before the trail is completely clear. Cathedral camp is under 3 feet of snow and no one had ventured into that area yet this season.
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    2 months, 2 weeks ago
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    2 months, 3 weeks ago
    Fun hike. Muddy, a few water crossings. Beautiful, up close with mount Baker and the Colman glacier.
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    2 months, 3 weeks ago
    Talk about a burner. The trail to white pass is absolutely amazing. Super large Fir, Cedar, and Spruce. Lots of snow still at the top but the avalanche Lily’s were blooming. I left camp, summited in 6 hrs and was back in 11. Decided to head for car. It took me 4.5 hrs to get back.
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    2 months, 3 weeks ago
    A great, easy hike through the woods along the White River. The waterfall was worth the slight side trip and there was a lot more water volume than the last time I was here. There were quite a few people but the spacing was fine for proper distancing. There were definitely more groups beginning their hikes as we were leaving. Parking spots were limited but there were several spots along the road. Be careful of the huge pothole at the end of the bridge if you are in a low vehicle. We arrived at 10:30 AM and left around 3:00 PM. The trailhead bathroom facilities were closed to the public so plan ahead. Trail condition was great overall except for a couple blow-downs and some muddy spots.
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    2 months, 3 weeks ago
    This was a nice, easy hike with very little elevation gain. Keep in mind that a NW Forest Pass is required and the facilities are currently closed. There is a washed out bridge at about 2.5 miles in but it is still sketchy but passable if you are planning to continue on to Echo Lake. Otherwise, just plan on turning around here until repairs are made which would roughly make it 5 miles out and back.
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    2 months, 3 weeks ago
    Fourth of July weekend. Way to crowded. First day hike with a face mask. Damp and muddy. Glad to get out but less than stellar experience.
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    2 months, 3 weeks ago
    Started on a Monday morning at 0830. Beautiful forested trail for first three miles. Then you reach a snow field. It’s best to skirt around the bottom of the snowfield to the left and then scramble up the boulders to the switchbacks on a green chute. Reached Stujack Pass at 11. Still tons of snow past Stujack Pass which made it impossible to stay on the trail. There is no foot path, and it is extremely dangerous to cross due to incline and potential for fall which could send you right off the side of a cliff. I skirted to the right, just where the snow meets the treeline. Hardcore bush wacking here, plus veggie belay, plus I was actually swinging from Evergreen branches, trying to stay on my feet on the slick moss and mud. Intense but doable. Once to the knife edge, the trail is dry and easier to follow, except for a another portion higher up. Again with the snow... instead of hiking down and around it, I hiked to the top of the snow and snuck in the crack between the melted snow and rock wall. This was secure. Sunny at the top but clouds coming and going on surrounding mountains. Didn’t see Glacier Peak but overall wonderful views. Pretty warm and hardly any wind. Don’t go by yourself. I should not have. Only saw two other people all day.
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    3 months ago
    Great day for a hike! The key here is to get to the trailhead as early as possible. We arrived at 7:30 AM, and already the parking was starting to fill up. Trail was well used, and easy to follow. We took the upper trail up to the lake ... that trail, while longer was in great condition and an easy grade all the way to to the junction with the lower trail. After that, a few roots and what have you, pretty standard for the PNW. Lake was amazing and well worth the effort. We took the lower trail down. It was ok, supposed to be scenic, et al, but we found it average. Plus lots of roots and rocks, and mud. It’s easy enough to navigate, but if you need to move quickly and efficiently ... the upper trail is for you. Plenty of room for social distancing. Most people wore mask, and trail etiquette, was certainly higher than in our neighborhood, so that’s good. Anyway it’s a classic PNW hike ... just get there as early as you can. Enjoy!!
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    3 months ago
    Just magnificent. As usual. Mt, Rainier wouldn’t ever disappoint you, we took the gradual incline while going up. I recommend doing the sharper one (starts towards left on the loop), better for your knees and you get to see the falls a little more. Best done on a bright sunny day.
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    3 months ago
    The Good: The view from the top is incredible! If you pick a good, clear day you will be rewarded with views of Seattle to Anacortes and the Olympics to the West and Mt Baker and the rest of the Cascades to the East. This is a short hike without a ton of gain, so I would rate it more in the moderate category. The Bad: The road is terrible getting up there. There are huge potholes that are unavoidable for several miles. This is a very popular hike, so expect traffic and lots of it. I left the parking lot on Tuesday morning at 7:30 am and was to the top by 9 am. I had the whole lookout to myself for almost an hour before the next group showed up. I was back down to the parking lot just after 11.
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    3 months ago
    Short pleasant hike to amazing views of Index, Baring etc.
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    3 months, 1 week ago
    Dirt bike single track awesomeness
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    3 months, 1 week ago
    It’s a single track dirt bike trail also and it’s awesome
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    3 months, 1 week ago
    Relentless uphill; plunge-stepping galore downhill (including some glissading!). Worth it for the views but some of the steepest hiking you'll find.
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    3 months, 1 week ago
    Beautiful hike with gorgeous views of the mountains and the Lake 22. Get there as early as possible, before 7:30 am. It is a very busy trail later on. It is a very rocky trail.
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    3 months, 2 weeks ago
    Landslide area remains, foot path/social trail through to other side. Super muddy, may want to wear gaiters to protect rain pants / nice pants. Will get mud on inner legs likely. Gentle grade and goes on forever to other THs. Love this trail for training/stretching/solitude.
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    3 months, 3 weeks ago
    For what it is it's great! It well formed trail meandering beside a river, mostly under canopy cover (making it a good drizzly/rainy day hike) sometimes in view, most often in earshot, peek-a-boo views of Sauk mountain and other peeks in the distance. Good est. campsites for backpackers, one even had a privy. Did see a black bear so be food aware!
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    3 months, 4 weeks ago
    started at 8:30 on Thursday. Maybe 5 cars in the parking lot. Trail is snow free except the last sections crossing open areas. Lots of area on trail to be social distant
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    4 months ago
    We hiked this after finding Lake 22 to be way too packed. This one was decently busy but there was enough space on the trail to let other pass. Some snow pack at the top but easily traversed. Muddy, but manageable. The lake was gorgeous!
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    4 months ago
    CD route is in. Very little crevasse danger. Id be worried about avalanche and ice fall more than anything.
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    4 months ago
    We packed out two garbages bags full of trail. Trail itself had lots of fun blow downs and a bit of mud. Not very crowded.
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    4 months, 1 week ago
    Made a loop although the trail doesn’t exist yet. Lots of scratches but good type A fun.
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    4 months, 1 week ago
    Great trail to get some social-distancing on. However some others thought the same as we encountered about 8 hikers. Headed beyond trail toward Granite Pass but short on time and weather deteriorating so got to within about an hour from there. Interesting experimental tree plot about a mile in, planted 1915.
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    4 months, 2 weeks ago
    Tried this hike on 5/11 with my girlfriend and my dog. Sunday Creek is running pretty strong right now, and we turned back at the stream crossing; I tried scouting a way across, but got knocked down by the current. A party with a moderate amount of hiking experience, with a pair of trekking poles and water shoes for each member, protection for any electronics, and no kids or animals, would probably make it across OK.
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    4 months, 2 weeks ago
    Started at 7 am, was the fifth car in the parking lot. While going uphill, crossed paths with 5 people in all. On the way back, crossed paths with 15 ppl. Still, not bad for a sunny day in Seattle when you can expect people going crazy. The trail is snow free first 30%, then intermittent snow for next 20% and persistent snow for the last 50% of the hike. The hike also crosses around half a dozen snowfields at the end which can be quite treacherous later in the day due to two reasons 1) steep drop offs on the right and 2) the snow is melting and there is a chance of postholing into the boulders below. Be aware of these hazards, possibly not take kids to this hike. Carry gps, waterproof boots, poles.
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    4 months, 2 weeks ago
    Great hike, but very crowded. Get there early or go on a weekday.
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    4 months, 2 weeks ago
    Snow on the top 1/3 of the trail. Lots of fallen trees inconveniently but not impassably blocking the trail. Lots of natural and man-made steps, big leg muscle workout.
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    4 months, 4 weeks ago
    This is an excellent hike that is particularly good during the summer when other hikes in the area such as granite, defiance, etc are crowded on a weekend. This hike does not get a lot of traffic maybe because it is 3000 ft of gain. A note of caution: the summit block is a class 3 scramble with the potential for serious consequences. Just remember going down is much harder than going up. If you fall while climbing the block you will not survive as unfortunately some have demonstrated! Right now the trail is mostly under heavy snow so be prepared for that. We did not need microspikes or ice axes but you either need a track or maybe can follow other's tracks. There are 4-5 avalanche chutes to cross. Make sure you know the conditions of the day before attempting to cross these.
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    5 months, 3 weeks ago
    Easy hike for the little ones:-)
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    6 months, 1 week ago
    Incredible workout with amazing views of the peaks. Road was snowed in so we hiked 3 miles to trailhead. Incredible workout in snowshoes.
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    6 months, 2 weeks ago
    Great snowshoeing trail in a magical forest
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    6 months, 3 weeks ago
    Led high school group POSt 84 with Colleen and Brian and student leader Aaron. A great first tour for a lot of these kids!
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    7 months ago
    This was a navigational class field for Mountaineers
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    7 months, 1 week ago
    Good access , low avalanche danger
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    7 months, 1 week ago
    This is an awesome snowshoeing hike! We went up along the main trail and tried some off trail, through the trees, on the way down. Lots of fun!
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    8 months, 4 weeks ago
    Hiked on 1/1/20 in a light rain. Well maintained trail. There was one spot where you have to cross a stream. As long as you have decent shoes, you can step on a couple of rocks to cross. Water was flowing over most of them so waterproof shoes are best. There is a loop trail that isn’t on the map. It goes to the other parking area where there is a vault toilet. Only saw an American Dipper, but heard other bird song. Great fungi and lichen!
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    9 months, 1 week ago
    Lit day conservative terrain decisions
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    9 months, 1 week ago
    Beautiful day for a hike, plenty of parking this time of year but start early as it is dark in the forest by 3, 3:30 pm. There was snow all around the lake but the lake loop was still hikeable. Take your time because footing is slippery at times. Well worth the 8 mile effort
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    10 months, 1 week ago
    Bluebird day in November two days after rain. View forever.
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    11 months ago
    Easy trail to drive. Barely used 4wd.
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    11 months, 2 weeks 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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    11 months, 2 weeks ago
    Good access. Exciting scramble at the end. Great peeks of Rainier at the saddle
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    11 months, 3 weeks ago
    Great trail. Steep 600ish feet, and last .5 miles to true summit was considerably less traveled. That part required a little extra effort and scrambling, but you can see where you need to go most of the way.
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    11 months, 4 weeks ago
    Ptarmigan Ridge has spectacular views of Shuksan as you hike the ridge and get closer to Mount Baker. Saw 13 mountain goats along the way. Made it to base camp on the east side of Baker right below the glacier! Stunning!
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    1 year ago
    Tough trail in decent condition. Bathroom at the enterance to the basin. Best campsite is on the top of the large rock formation to the back of the first small lake on your right as you enter the basin.
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    1 year ago
    Park Butte with amazing views due to great weather
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    1 year ago
    Very pretty lakes on a sunny day.
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    1 year ago
    Scenery with beauty approaching that of Enchantments core. Rough trail with big rocks in places. Almost harder going back down!
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    1 year ago
    Beautiful, but so many people. Had to park in the picnic area just past the trailhead parking lot.
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    1 year ago
    Beautiful views of Mt Shuksan. Love the Mt Baker Wilderness.
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    1 year ago
    A lot of elevation in a few miles with Epic views!
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    1 year, 1 month ago
    We did the hike yesterday, a cool and rainy day that eliminated the great views I remembered from my last hike here 3 years ago. What has changed is the road up and the trail condition. The road is simply the worst I have been on in years and maybe ever. I was in a CR-V and still bottomed out twice. Whatever agency is responsible for this road should be ashamed that it has let it deteriorate to the point that you have a 4 mile section with thousands of pot holes that are so prevalent that there is no way around and you have to go through them and hope not to pick a pot hole that makes you bottom out. Even the 1.5 mile paved portion which follows the horrendous gravel section has a large section About midway up which has completely deteriorated. The actual trail has always been rough, but many of the sections with steps and weed control mats have more black mat exposed than is not covered. This is a great hike, particularly on a clear day. It is just a shame that the agencies responsible for maintaining the road and trails have allowed them to get in such terrible shape. I am not expecting paved forest service roads, but a road that you can travel at 10-15 mph is not an unreasonable expectation.
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    1 year, 1 month ago
    Nice up to decent alpine lake.
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    1 year, 1 month 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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    1 year, 1 month ago
    got an early start Sunday, had the mountain almost all to myself. Only people I ran into were backpackers on their way down. On our way back we saw a few groups coming up. Highly recommend leaving the city by 6am to start by 9am.
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    1 year, 1 month ago
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    1 year, 1 month ago
    Fantastic hike. Little harder than anticipated. Stream crossings were interesting but never felt “dangerous”. My route included some scrambling up the ridge to basically where the glacier starts. Fun scrambling and exploring all around the ridge.
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    1 year, 1 month ago
    Great hike to a gorgeous alpine lake. Trail was easy to follow and mostly in the shade. Crossing the exposed rocks right before the lake was the most challenging part. Beautiful backcountry
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    1 year, 1 month ago
    We started off clockwise to hike Scott Paul. The suspension bridge was out, but we had hoped to cross the creek. We found the creek to high and too fast to cross. We tried to find a safe place to cross but we met with negative results. We turned around and went up to Patk Butte. It was a beautiful day!
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    1 year, 1 month ago
    Fun easy hike - can get right down by the falls
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    1 year, 1 month ago
    Hiked months ago, this is a great option when Granite Mountain is still too snowy (avalanche risks are high here) and the standard Olallie lake trailhead hasn't been plowed
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    1 year, 1 month ago
    Climbed vesper peak via ragged edge route
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    1 year, 1 month ago
    Very nice views, it took 3:30 walking between going up and down.
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    1 year, 1 month ago
    Hiked on August 4, 2019. Trail is in great condition and absolutely snow-free all the way to the summit. The wildflowers were just past peak, but still quite beautiful on the way to Stujack Pass and just above it. There is pretty much no water available after the lake, so be sure to bring plenty. Look around and be sure to keep to the main trail once you get past the sharp ridge after Stujack Pass; some people get off trail here and it can get quite exposed if you go the wrong way.
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    1 year, 1 month ago
    Bad bad bad. Mistakes were made

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    1 year, 1 month ago
    Beautiful trail that moves along creeks and alpine flora made of flowers and evergreen trees. In and back it little over 8miles but not hard, except maybe the last mile to get to the lake due to its rocky condition. The lake is cute not the best alpine lake in the area but the surroundings are gorgeous with view of the glacier still present in this area.
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    1 year, 2 months ago
    Great trail and easy to follow.
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    1 year, 2 months 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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    1 year, 2 months ago
    Pretty easy hike to Lake Ann where, in my opinion, the highlight is the views of Shuksan and the hanging Curtis Glacier. Lots of places to camp around Lake Ann and a popular family and dog friendly backpack.
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    1 year, 2 months ago
    Like others, I'd give it 4 stars to compensate the amazing views but account for the crowds . This one is filled with unprepared hikers, families, and pets. The last scramble is not good for dogs-- be a responsible pet owner! Road is rough but I've seen Priuses and mini coops get up there. Just be slow and pull over for trucks who want to pass you.
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    1 year, 2 months ago
    This is a great moderate trail with regards to distance, elevation gain, variety, and rewarding views at the top. Only concern is the creek crossings. You need to be very careful because the rocks are very slick. I highly recommend water shoes and dry sack to put them in after.
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    1 year, 2 months ago
    First trip to Tank Lakes and all the others on the way. Worth the trek
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    1 year, 2 months ago
    Beautiful day, 360 dog view from Scorpion Mtn, Joan lake is full of easy to catch brook trout but the mosquitoes were out in force at the lake and at the peak of Scorpion
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    1 year, 2 months ago
    The hike, yes it might be hard because of the mostly continues uphill but worth it every step, every breath and every drop of sweat. Was not extremely crowded, being a Thursday is probably the reason. Weather was a little overcast but the beauty of the lake and the falls male the all day look fantastic. Truly a pristine alpine lake and the surrounding peaks are stunning in their dark color. I would suggest anyone to do this hike it is worth it. Enjoy your adventures!
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    1 year, 2 months ago
    This trail is in wonderful condition right now with just a few muddy patches and no snow left to cross. It's definitely a popular one on summer weekends - there were probably 200 cars at the trailhead at 10:00am on a Saturday, stretching all the way back to the interstate.
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    1 year, 2 months ago
    Trails easy to follow, beautiful view, away from crowds, not terribly technical
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    1 year, 2 months ago
    Awesome flowers!
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    1 year, 2 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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    1 year, 2 months ago
    Really great hike. Nice easy grade to and from Lake Valhalla. Mount McCausland trail up is a well established trail as well. Ended up turning back from it but looked like a nice trail going up. Highly recommend hiking this area
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    1 year, 2 months ago
    A tidy new lowland trail with some nice views and a pristine surface
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    1 year, 2 months ago
    It’s rated difficult but I feel it is not a difficult trail. It is a hard trail of you are not in shape. The incline and so many steps take a toll on the legs. It’s difficult if you are not prepared for the incline. Other wise great hike and beautiful. One for the bucket list for sure.
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    1 year, 2 months ago
    First summit of Mt. Baker - amazing!
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    1 year, 2 months ago
    Nice short hike that nets you outsized 360 view for the level of effort required. One star ⭐️ deducted because it is a ZOO when weather is nice. And what’s up with so many people bringing their dogs for this hike? There was a pair of young women with an obviously overheated husky, trying to force the poor dog to scramble the last rocky part under the lookout. How on earth they were going to make that dog to go up the metal ladder to lookout is beyond me. Best to avoid sunny weekends. Road to the TH is riddled with many deep potholes so high clearance vehicle is recommended.
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    1 year, 2 months ago
    Rainbow Lake is one of my favorite destinations. Added Little Bandera onto the end of this for a little extra elevation gain.
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    1 year, 3 months ago
    I've wanted to do Bearhead Summit for a while due to the alleged amazing view relative to the amount of work required to get to the top. Overall the trail is a decent climb but nothing crazy, a good workout if anything since it's fairly short. I was up in about an hour and a half and down in just over an hour. Gaia had me at 6.39 miles and 1661 ft gain. Unfortunately it was a very foggy, cloudy day. Summit Lake was barely visible at the T, and a literal white out with fog and clouds at the summit. Although the clouds did try to give way a couple times, but no where near enough to see any part of Rainier. Thankfully the temperature was pleasent and the wind non-existent. As others have said, there are a few downed trees but they aren't too difficult to pass. Trail was 100% snow free although there were some patches up top off the trail that my dog would have liked to rub his face in/dig in. There is ample parkig but there were a good number of cars in the lot at the Summit Lake Trailhead of all varieties when I arrived just before 9. That was to my suprise because I found the road to be fairly rough, but passable in most vehicles if driven slowly/carefully enough (more rocks than potholes, but definitely some tough spots if you are in a sedan or compact).  I was in a high clearance vehicle so it was no problem. I'll likely be back when I know it's clear because I know the view at the top is awesome.
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    1 year, 3 months ago
    Successful summit bid and a safe trip back to basecamp.
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    1 year, 3 months ago
    Did the north end from the end of Baker Lake Road about 3/4 of the way to Noisy Creek on Monday (6 miles round). We then today did it from the south and made it to Maple Grove (8 miles round trip with some detours). Will walk the entire 13 miles in a few weeks and stay at Noisy Creek. The trail was beautiful- did it with 4 kids/teens and 2 dogs and it was safe, clean, and easy peasy! Mostly in the shade. Trail maintenance was happening today- any overgrown areas with stinging nettles are now GONE! Toilets and campgrounds along the way, beautiful waterfalls, MANY bridges (25 bridges to be precise between the south end and Maple Grove- kids counted). Ferns, flowers, slugs, snails, and frogs abound! Must do!
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    1 year, 3 months ago
    Fun hike! Beautiful finish at mount defiance.
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    1 year, 3 months ago
    Easy hike, lots of wild flowers, and ghost town at the end was interesting
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    1 year, 3 months 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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    1 year, 3 months ago
    A nice long hike in the forest. Steep enough for exercise but not a suffer fest. Lush flowers and the lake is a nice setting on a sunny day.
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    1 year, 3 months ago
    Great day at Bridal Veil falls. Trail was clear. Fairly crowded on the weekend, but was still able to find parking. Though there were quite a few cars parked outside the lot. Very few bugs, though some mosquitos. As always the falls were great. My 4yo made it in spite of some of the rocks towards the end of the trail.
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    1 year, 3 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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    1 year, 3 months ago
    I would wait to do this hike in July. A little past mile 1, the trail was mostly snow covered all the way to the lake with infrequent patches of dirt. The snow was slushy and the trail was really muddy, which made the trail more tiring than it normally would be. With that said, we got some great views at the top and the lake was beautiful, although still half way covered in ice.
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    1 year, 3 months ago
    Easy Access from Seattle. Perfect early season hike to get in shape. A mix of easy and moderate trails.
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    1 year, 3 months ago
    Super crowded starting out, but as usual, I started late in the day when almost everyone else was hiking out and it was pretty quiet by the lake.
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    1 year, 4 months ago
    The road to this trail is very passable but there are many pot holes and loose gravel so drive carefully. It is at most a 20 mile per hour road for almost 3 miles. I chose to follow the Ira Spring Memorial Trail, which is very well maintained, and then ascend the Bandera Mountain Trail. I went as far as I could make out the trail which put me at 5001 feet which is a 3048 foot elevation change from where I began. The first part of the Bandera Mountain Trail is very steep, rated difficult, and gains close to 1000 feet in elevation as you navigate through a boulder field for about .25 mile, after that it becomes easier to manage. I then returned and followed the rest of the Ira Spring Trail to Mason Lake which was beautiful but very crowded with people. I didn’t encounter many bugs and everyone on the trail was kind, jovial, and conversational.
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    1 year, 4 months ago
    This was a fun hike and the trail was in pretty good condition for the most part. Farther up, due to recent rainy conditions, the trail became very muddy. It wasn’t impassable but it did make for a less than pleasant journey. Due to this, we turned around at about the 3.5 mile mark. The trail goes on for much farther (12.1 miles in total if I remember correctly) and we plan to return at some point later in the Summer when it’s a little drier. There were a few trail runners and the path would be perfect for that activity up until the muddy areas.
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    1 year, 4 months ago
    Got to trailhead about 8 and still there was parking. Walked up and around the lake - trail is wet and snow patches near the trail on the lake but trail is completely snow free. Beautiful waterfalls coming off the Pilchuck face.
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    1 year, 4 months ago
    Strenuous but not too much so. View at the top is definitely awesome plus it’s a bit off the beaten path so it’s a good place to escape from the crowds. Hiked it on May 26, got to the TH at 9am and there were only 2 other cars. Only saw 4-6 people the whole time.
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    1 year, 4 months ago
    Very steep hike (1600ft gain in 0.6 miles) for the first part. Then a nice ridge walk before heading up a snow couloir. After the couloir a steep snow section followed by more mellow snow climbing to the summit rock.
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    1 year, 4 months ago
    a really nice hike. My hike was 9.7 miles out and back, with 1500 feet of ascent. The trail did have a few rough spots to climb around but overall it was clear and well marked. The end of the hike drops you off at the rivers edge with several camping spots available with well arranged fire pit locations and lots of dead wood to use. THE absolute worst part of the hike was the three mile drive from the highway to the trail head... Endless potholes that endlessly bottomed out my Jeep. And as most forest roads, there is very few spots to pass a car going the opposite direction. Oh and did I mention the millions of mosquitoes? It is still a worthy hike.
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    1 year, 4 months ago
    The trail was in great condition all the way. I would suggest poles. Lots of hikers on the trail but not walking over each other. Views are stunning on this sunny clear day. The lake was beautiful, in it's half frozen splendor. Snow all around at the top. So worth the trek.
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    1 year, 4 months ago
    Beautiful weather, lots of views as you get closer to the lakes. The 360 view on top of Mount Defiance is absolutely stunning with excellent views of Mt. Rainier. Would recommend avoiding the old lake trail until the snow clears off the boulder field. The snow on the boulders makes it really easy to post hole and possibly twist an ankle.
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    1 year, 5 months ago
    Hiked this trail on Monday 10/15/18. This was literally one of the most difficult hikes I did this year! The roots, rocks and obstacles on the actual trail are relentless. This trail starts off easy on the road gradually going up hill on forrest road 63. There are 3 major washouts on forest road 63. Once on the trail it is all up hill and steep switchbacks until you reach virgin lake where it flattens a bit. There is a white rock wall that you must climb up to continue on the trail to virgin and blanca lake. After virgin lake you will be going down even more difficult terrain than the initial climb to virgin lake and you won't even see blanca lake until you're right on top of it. The day use trail is tiny and has more than a few scary parts. I would not suggest this trail for small children. Blanca lake this time of year had icy grounds, so take care in your steps. Lots of places are roped off for regrowth. My legs were freaking exhausted before I hit blanca lake. The climb up and then back down past virgin lake took everything in me not from buckling legs and tumbling down the mountain. It took me 10+ hours to complete this hike including all the breaks. My moving time was 9 hours and 35 minutes. I was hiking for a total of 10.6 miles. The bathroom at the true trailhead is closed due to the road washouts. This trail also feels really long when you're hiking it. I saw 2 trail runners, 8 hikers and a dog and a backpacker w/dog. I started on this trail at 6:30am and didn't finish till 5pm. The road in starts out paved and then turns to hard packed dirt with a lot of potholes, top speed I was driving was 20mph. It would be wise to have a map of the area as there are some trails that branch out from the main trail as well as for navigating the road.
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    1 year, 6 months ago
    Incredible view from the top, of Mount Rainier and summit lake! Well worth the effort.
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    1 year, 8 months ago
    Trail firm with a few fallen logs on the way to Maple Grove. On large maple around 2.5 miles from the trailhead than required a bit of a crawl to pass under.
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    1 year, 8 months 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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    1 year, 9 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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    1 year, 9 months 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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    1 year, 10 months 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, 11 months ago
    This is a moderate hike up to the Mt Pilchuck lookout. In the summer you can drive all the way to the TH but in spring you'll need to hike/ski from the gate which adds many miles. If the lookout is unlocked, you may stay there overnight. In late spring it is best to carry an ice axe and know how to use it as the trail is under snow and there are some steep places.
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    1 year, 11 months 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, 11 months ago
    Gorgeous autumn colors. Cold, sunny day but no ice. Pretty windy at the top
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    1 year, 11 months 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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    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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    I went all the way Melakwa lake. Pretty awesome post work hike. Had it all, waterfalls, views, lakes, and wildflowers.
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    Lake Serene has been one of my favorite greater Seattle area hikes for years. I've snowshoed up in the winter (well, tried to snowshoe, but there really wasn't enough snow until up at the top!), and gone swimming a dozen times during the summer, picnicking at Lunch Rock and taking the cold, glorious plunge in (don't miss it, even if it's freezing to the touch!). I once hiked the whole 8-ish miles in my socks, because my new shoes were giving me blisters. The drive out can be a bit of a pain if you're leaving during rush hour, but of course anywhere near Seattle is the same. Though the trail has been closed due to nearby logging, it should be open again before the end of the 2018 summer (or so I've heard). Make sure to bring some good shoes, plenty of snacks, and something to swim in! And yes, the trail feels pretty long and exhausting at times, but hang in there! It's definitely worth it.
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    Two friends and I just hiked Lake Twentytwo for the first time since I was a child. My mom has quoted my 6 year old self exclaiming how beautiful the hike was many times over the last 20-something years, so my expectations were set pretty high! At the top, I wasn't disappointed, though I was surprised my child-self was able to make it up those rocky sections so many years ago. I did this hike because 1) I love alpine lakes 2) I had my little puppy in tow, so didn't want anything too difficult for her and 3) I didn't want to drive too far. At the top, we were pleasantly surprised with how few mosquitos there were (I forgot bug spray), and had a fantastic swim that wasn't as cold as I was anticipating. We had a nice rock to jump into the water all to ourselves. And for such a popular hike (and a pretty full parking lot for a Friday afternoon), I was also surprised that the lakeshore wasn't more crowded. Too bad there's no camping up there, but glad they're able to protect such a gorgeous lake!
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    The hike is a bit of a climb, but you're rewarded with views from the hut at the top.
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    NOTE: this trail is closed due to logging activity until 8/31/2018. Fun short hike not far from Seattle. Not an awesome trail for running as it is very rocky up top. It also gets very crowded on weekends due to its proximity to the city and moderate nature.
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