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Rattlesnake Ledge Trail

North Bend, WA

Rattlesnake Ledge Trail is a 4.1 mile heavily trafficked out and back trail located near North Bend, WA that features a lake and is rated as moderate. The trail offers a number of activity options and is accessible year-round. Dogs are also able to use this trail.

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Mud Mountain Rim Trail
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have a 2 5 and 7 yr old
carried youngest
they did good doing 4 miles
nice step up from deep lake

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Kelly Butte Trail (#1031)
by Megan Flanders

16 Completed 0 Reviews

Love it!! Not too hard, great for huckleberry picking later in the year. Great views from the lookout on top.

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Cal Magnusson Trail
by Stephanie Shaffer

5 Completed 0 Reviews

Definitely a hike if you want a workout! Would be better if there were more views. Not a hike suitable for children.

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Cal Magnusson Trail
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4 Completed 0 Reviews

This trail isn't that great in comparison to the other hikes I've done. I hike a different trail every week and this is my least favorite. However it's not as populated as others and it may be better if I try another route.

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Snoquera Falls Trail
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20 Completed 0 Reviews

(4/9/16) ~ The weather was beautiful, about 60ish and sunny when we got to the trailhead at about 10am.
This is a fun little hike. The incline was gradual and as others have said on recent hikes, there were several downed trees over the trail. They are tougher to navigate for the less agile. The kids/young ones can just go under them. :)
The falls were flowing pretty well. Crossing over the runoff (to complete the whole loop) was a bit tricky, nothing I would do with kids under 15/16 years of age. Not may views other than a few valley views, the main attraction are the falls, by far in my opinion. It's a hike I'll do again when my 4 year old son is about 10, probably in the summer months when the flow is much less than it is now.

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Cal Magnusson Trail
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We have taken numerous different trails to the top. Last week was our first time taking the goat trail. It was rough but worth it!

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Cal Magnusson Trail
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Cal Magnusson Trail
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Cal Magnusson Trail
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19 Completed 1 Reviews

Beautiful forest, we went with a four year old and she made it up all on her own with two five minute breaks. Roughly 25 minutes to get up and down, but then again it was raining and muddy. We learned the hard way, go down the same way you came up. We ended up asking a nice woman for a ride to the trailhead because it was on the other side of the mountain.

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Pinnacle Peak Loop Trail
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4 Completed 0 Reviews

south end "trail" is a gravel road with open an view, which then leads to the peak from a dirt trail. north side of the mountain is the all-dirt switchback trail (Cal Magnusson trail), which goes straight to the peak with not many views. overall great mountain for cardio!