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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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Hiked this with a 2 year old, a 5 year old, and a 1 year old Saint Bernard. It was a really easy hike, perfect for the kids. After the shirt hike, we stopped off at the beach front for the lake and let our saint take a quick dip to cool off. Great little hike for a young family.
One downside though: parking was $10 (or $30 for a "discovery pass"). A little steep for a 2+ hour trek.

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Pretty much a gravel road the whole way til it intersects the north side trail. With the elevation gradually increasing instead of stepping over roots and such, it would be better for your knees (if you already have problems) to this south side then the north side. Its still a good workout either way so have fun.

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Pinnacle Peak County Park: Cal Magnusson Trail
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1 Completed 1 Reviews

I have been doing this hike for 7 years now. From September thru June I average three times a week. I don't go much in the summer because it can get crowded. Also lots of bugs! Great workout ...you can do in in under an hour or as long as you want by adding on side trails or going up one side down the other than back and over again. The south side has the best views! Love Mt. Peak!

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Snoquera Falls Trail
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This is a moderate hiking trail. It may not be safe for children or pets. Overall, it was a great hike. Highly recommended for solitude.

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Pinnacle Peak County Park: Cal Magnusson Trail
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8 Completed 7 Reviews

It's a good trail to take if your low on time and wanna good workout. The views from atop are a little skewed with the amount of trees and foliage and mosquitos are rampant topside but its still a good hike either way. The front side is a quad burner with mainly steps and the backside seemed to be a gravel road (fairly easy for kids and parents with bad knees. Both trails lead to the same spot but start respectively, North and South so have fun and enjoy yourself.

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Kelly Butte Trail
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30 Completed 14 Reviews

7/20/14 - Worst. Hike. Ever... But that's not the fault of the trail. The weather was so foggy that we could rarely see more than 50 yards ahead. There was absolutely no vista or point of reference getting to the trailhead and we took several wrong turns on very narrow forest roads trying to find it. Once there, we walked on a wide, dirt road for a bit until we found what we thought was the trail. It was so foggy that we actually missed the new trail and took the old one which leads to the very old rope that you need to pull yourself up the cliff. That rope will snap at one point. It won't be good. The climb wouldn't be too difficult (unless you have a large dog like we did), but locating the trail at the top was tricky. I had to climb up a nearby boulder before I could see the trail again. After a bit we ended up connecting to the new trail and made it to an amazing meadow full of tall flowers (I don't know the name) that looked like they were right out of a Dr. Seuss book. I'll post photos. We walked through this meadow for what seemed like way too long and convinced ourselves we had to be in the wrong place. It turns out that we probably turned around just before the lookout. After looking at the satellite map I am still lost in the fog about where we were because it clearly shows the trail starting right at the parking area... Anyway, we had a good time and saw some amazing flowers and rock formations. Unfortunately we missed out on the view completely. I'll be going back to find out what I missed.

07/29/14 - I just returned to the trail on a much different day. It's amazing how different things are on a clear day! This is really a special place and making it to the lookout felt so satisfying after last week. I met a very helpful volunteer staying at the lookout with her son for a couple of days. The views are spectacular. I wished I could have seen the sunset, but had to descend before dark.

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