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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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Ridgefield National Wildlife Refuge
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42 Completed 17 Reviews

I gave 2 stars to Ridgefield because you are not allowed to get out of the car during fall. We did anyway to take some pictures and got yelled at and told to go back to the vehicle. I still had a good time but how am I supposed to see wildlife from the vehicle?

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Lewisville Park Trail
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42 Completed 17 Reviews

This is a great river walk in suburbs. A great place to get in a few quick miles

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Fourth of July Pass
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3 Completed 2 Reviews

Hiked from Lake Diablo Campgrounds thu to Panther Creek total 12 miles

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Maple Pass Loop
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18 Completed 7 Reviews

Hiked on the 11th of October with my wife. Larches were awesome. Lots of people, but didn't seem crowded. An easy 7 miles. Lots of dogs, only 1 off leash.

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Lake Ingalls
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18 Completed 7 Reviews

Hiked on a Saturday in Mid October. Lots of people, and then more people, many off leash dogs, some in the wilderness where not allowed. Saw some Mountain Goats. Hike this once a year for the larches.

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Liberty Lake Loop
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17 Completed 2 Reviews

This was a great hike. We did it in April and about halfway through we ran into some decent snow. I would love to try it again in the summer.

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Table Mountain Trail
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17 Completed 2 Reviews

This was a great hike. We started at the Bonneville Hot Springs parking lot and went up from there. There are signs marking the trail right at the beginning but then you're on your own for a long time. I watched the Oregon Exploration's video on YouTube http://youtu.be/NXsUIUVEaB4, and it helped a lot with directions. There is a section that others have mentioned that is pretty much straight up. It's a great work out for sure. Once we reached the top the views were incredible. On the way down we took the PCT and looped back around, which the video said was easier, however there are a lot of loose rocks coming down. Overall a great hike!

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Tarbell Trail to Hidden Falls
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42 Completed 17 Reviews

This is a great trail because of the seclusion. throughout the 10 miles we did not run into one person and to me that makes a hike 10 times better than these more popular trails. The waterfall at the end is absolutely breathtaking and worth the 5 miles out. Elevation gain is closer to 1800 ft if you count your journey back considering the trail goes up and down quite a bit. Beautiful trail.

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Murhut Falls Trail
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28 Completed 16 Reviews

its a beautiful short lived trail. If you're thinking of traveling a ways to get here i wouldn't suggest it though. The falls was amazing but the look out area for it is very small. Very heavily used on weekends.

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Japanese Gulch
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8 Completed 2 Reviews

I was only able to hike about half of the map as seen on all trails. went up the half to the right of the river and the trail was blocked off after the down trail to river. there were alternate routes up, but it seemed off the trail as seen on this app. it was wet so I didn't get too adventurous.

the trail itself was fun and easy and it has a cool dog park and easy parking. clean honey bucket (we call them portopotties) back home.

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