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Rattlesnake Ledge

North Bend, WA

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Rattlesnake Ledge Trail is a 4 mile out and back trail located near North Bend, Washington that offers scenic views and is good for all skill levels. The trail is primarily used for hiking and is accessible year-round. Dogs are also able to use this trail. Go early in the morning!

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Recent Reviews

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Beacon Rock Trail
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11 Completed 9 Reviews

This is a must do if you live in the Northwest. As expected, it was wet but really enjoyable. The trail is well maintained and has handrails all the way up. The views from the top are breathtaking and a great little getaway out of town. Enjoy!!

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Lake 22 (Twenty-two) Trail
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7 Completed 2 Reviews

Great hike with plenty of sights along the waycand nice reward at the end. Definitely have to do this again in the summer.

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Clear Creek , Silverdale, WA
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15 Completed 13 Reviews

This trail is a lot longer than the overview states. If you continue on the trail it goes all the way down to the Clear Creek inlet. That being said, if you don't want highway noise, go to a different part of the trail. The city and other organizations are doing a great job fixing up the trail!

A little piece of nature within a sprawling commercial part of town. Sure, you will still have the sound of an urban area, but the wildlife that you can find on the trail and around Clear Creek was well worth it. When we went we saw lots of waterfowl, shorebirds running the mud flats, salmon, herons, and some otters. All of this within a heavily used commercial district. The trail is well maintained, though can be a little difficult to follow when you come to an intersection with a road.

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Grand Forest Park Trail
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15 Completed 13 Reviews

This is a great trail. Very well maintained and beautiful. Parts of the trail are more majestic than others. The entire north end is a more moist, old growth-esqe forest with large trees and moss. Very flat, but a great trail to forget about everyday life.

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Clear Creek , Silverdale, WA
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1 Completed 1 Reviews

It's nice and close to home this little trail is hidden between a skate park and a dog park. A lot of families walk the trail it's pretty nice and you can also go jogging on it.

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Snoqualmie Falls Trail
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1 Completed 1 Reviews

So, is it possible to take a horse down the trail. We were planning on making a movie like that. Can anyone answer my question?

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West Tiger Mountain #1
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17 Completed 12 Reviews

Makes for an amazing hike, especially when linked with West Tiger Two, Three, or East Tiger. It is just far enough out that not too many people go here. Most people go to West Tiger Three for some reason, it is definitely the least fun of the three west peaks. The trails are well marked but still adventurous. Hikers Hut can be found near the peak and features an amazing view of Mt. Rainier and the surrounding area.

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Colchuck Lake
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3 Completed 2 Reviews

Absolutely breathtaking! Not enough words to describe the beauty. Would not recommend it to an absolute beginner though.

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Echo Mountain/Cedar Mountain Trail
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5 Completed 1 Reviews

This trail was alright. The forestry was nice, but there weren't many scenic areas on the hike. I wasn't able to find the overlook at the top of trail either. I also tried to follow one of the trials to the lake but it ended up leading to a water tower. You could see the lake peaking through the trees, but no great views. If you really want to see it go to the water access at the trailhead.

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Clark's Creek Trail
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1 Completed 1 Reviews

Great hike but as others have said, no trail markers which made it challenging. Hiked during the fall with heavy leaf cover which made it hard at times to know if I was even on the trail. Reviewed this map http://www.willhiteweb.com/puget_sound_hiking/clarks_creek_park/clarks-creek-park-trail-map.jpg ahead of time which was very helpful. I still got lost though and had to back track my steps (gps trail).

Looking forward to going back and exploring more.

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