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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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Hummocks Trail
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Easy hike! The view at the end was beautiful of the mountain. You're right up next to it!

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Moulton Falls Trails
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2 Completed 0 Reviews

Easy trail. The view at the end was beautiful but not too much to view on the way there. Good trail for a good view at the end though!

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Cedar Butte Trail
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12 Completed 0 Reviews

Nice little trail, and I didn't see anyone else there today. Pretty good view at the top. Keep an eye out for black bears, I saw a fairly large one on the blowout section of the trail near Boxley creek.

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Lacamas Lake and Round Lake
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35 Completed 15 Reviews

This is my "go to" trail in the Vancouver area for mountain biking. Great challenging trails that have a bit of everything. Rock gardens, log rides, twisty singletrack, and some great downhills. Took me a while to figure out the best talks to take, but it was well worth it. I park up on the East side of the park near an elementary school and start at the trail entrance there.

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Moulton Falls Trails
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35 Completed 15 Reviews

Beautiful area, great for taking pictures and hiking with young kids. Small parking lot.

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Ape Cave Trail
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35 Completed 15 Reviews

Had so much fun with the lower cave that we just did the upper cave. Much more challenging. The lower cave is a flat walk, while the upper is scrambling over lava rocks and climbing some small ledges. Very fun. There is an exit at the end so you can either climb out our turn around and do it again. You can also start at the exit. Strongly recommend headlamps on the upper add you will need your hands free to navigate the rocks. Great for older kids >6 years.

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Coldwater Lake Trail
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35 Completed 15 Reviews

Very nice, scenic, easy hike along the lake. Well groomed trail, mountain bikes are allowed, but didn't see any. Trailhead is easy to find at the boat launch. You can take a side trail up to the Coldwater visitor center. Will be back for sure and will probably bring mountain bikes fur an easy ride with the kids.

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Beacon Rock Trail
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35 Completed 15 Reviews

Great trail for families. Keep the little ones on a short leash though. Can get crowded. You will need an adventure pass to park at the bottom.

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Mt. Townsend Trail
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17 Completed 0 Reviews

Great hike! Worth the view!

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Horsethief Butte Trail
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10 Completed 0 Reviews

I walked the trail when I went to look at the petroglyphs that are in the park area. The trail has some great views of the Columbia river.

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