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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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Mount Washington Trail
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22 Completed 7 Reviews

I hiked this trail, but a little difficult locating the start of this trail on the Iron Horse trail. The views of Mt. Rainier and the watershed are absolutely stunning.

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Chenuis Falls Trail
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45 Completed 9 Reviews

trail closed as of 4 -15,,,bridge out,,,

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Mima Falls
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2 Completed 1 Reviews

took our jogging stroller and to small girls with us and had a blast everyone on the trails where super sweet while passing us on some very narrow spots.

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Bertha May and Granite Lakes Trail
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44 Completed 36 Reviews

Hiked to Granite lake today for the Cora Lake trail head with the Boy Scout Troop today. Trail to Cora Lake still had some snow but it wasn't bad. The trail from Cora Lake to Granite Lake had a fair amount of snow up to 18" deep in places but not completely covered.

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South Tiger Mountain Trail
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19 Completed 10 Reviews

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Hamilton Mountain Loop Trail
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7 Completed 3 Reviews

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Hamilton Mountain Loop Trail
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7 Completed 3 Reviews

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Sequalitchew Creek
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1 Completed 1 Reviews

Great trail along the creek. Abundant wildlife at the beach with amazing views of the sound.

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Upper Lodge to Artist Point Trail
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12 Completed 13 Reviews

Fantastic weather and enough snow! I tried going in February and we had to turn around due to a white out about 30 minutes in, but this time we had sunshine and only a few clouds that hid the peak of Mt Baker from us. Great conditions on April 4th, however I would have enjoyed more snow. Snowshoes were definitely still a good idea. About 45 minutes to an hour up? Enjoyed the glorious view and enough sun to give some colour before heading back down, exploring as we went. Lots of back country skiers and snow boarders out there, even a big group camping overnight.

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Mount Pilchuck Trail
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60 Completed 45 Reviews

04/17/15 - Friday - I'm not sure why there are two entries for this trail with different stats (See Mount Pilchuck Lookout Trail). There's only one trail up there that I can see. Here's my review posted on the other trail page: Light crowd today despite the warm temp and blue skies. The first mile is slushy, muddy, and very wet. People were hiking in tennis shoes, but they were soaked, frozen and miserable. Bring waterproof boots, micro-spikes and trekking poles and you'll be much happier. Once the slow starts, you are in it the whole way up, so allow more time to get up and down. It took us around 5.5hrs and we stayed at the top for at least 45 mins. The views are insane. Well worth the trip. I posted several photos that show the trail conditions.

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