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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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Mud Mountain Rim Trail
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14 Completed 13 Reviews

Do this one for the exercise, not the views. I can't really say this qualifies as a hike, more on the order of a nature walk. Not much elevation gain. Lots of shade/cover and pretty green. At the end/turnaround you can continue down a service road (to the right) to get to the White River. Lots of trucks and equipment and work going on, on a weekday. Not terribly peaceful :)). Oh well, it's close to the Enumclaw/Buckley area. Oh, and watch out for those spider webs across the trail if you are first on. :))

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Cal Magnusson Trail
by Diane Morrow

2 Completed 1 Reviews

I have been doing this hike off and on most of my life. We call it Mt Peak. It's the go to spot in Enumclaw for a great cardio workout. The north side is all uphill with switchbacks and a lot of rocks and roots to keep you moving up. There isn't much of a view at the top anymore. There is a south side with an uphill gravel road you can use that is easier. For a little extra kick you can use what we call the "goat" trail. Entrance is off to the right of the regular trail. It is much more secluded and strenuous. Did both the north side and the goat trail today. Great workout!

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Cal Magnusson Trail
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119 Completed 10 Reviews

My go-to hike.
Close to home. Short. Reliable.
My new favorite is to start up from the backside and down to the frontside parking lot and back. 5.3 miles total. Backside for the family, front side for a workout.
The trail to the right out of the front-side parking lot is the more challenging route. Interconnecting trails everywhere provide varied routes each time I hike it.

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Mud Mountain Rim Trail
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2 Completed 2 Reviews

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Federation Forest State Park Trails
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5 Completed 5 Reviews

I wouldn't really consider this a hike, since there's no elevation gain at all. It is a really nice place to take a leisurely stroll, or to bring littler kids who might not be able to handle more strenuous hikes. I went in March, and it was muddy in a lot of areas, but also fairly deserted, which was kind of nice.

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Cal Magnusson Trail
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1 Completed 1 Reviews

It's a nice little workout. Uphill all the way, then downhill. Decent view at the top.

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Corral Pass Campground
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5 Completed 1 Reviews

It's a bit of a drive on the Forest service road over some fairly rough terrain so I recommend a truck, or keep. A rustic campground with no ammenities. We weren't camping - went for the easy trail that follows a ridge with a HUGE payout ... turn a corner and Mt. Rainier is right in front of you! Gorgeous hike! You'll rarely see other people. I think it's off Forest Service road 40, or 47. Check with the Forest Ranger Station in Enumclaw to clarify. Pack a lunch and enjoy a SPECTACULAR view!!! One of my favorites.

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Mud Mountain Rim Trail
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1 Completed 1 Reviews

Super fun. Great trail!!

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Cal Magnusson Trail
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2 Completed 2 Reviews

Great workout not much of a view

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Snoquera Falls Trail
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3 Completed 1 Reviews

This was an easy but beautiful hike! (7/9/15) We went on a whim later in the day and had no problem finding the trailhead or worrying about running out of time. Since it is so hot this summer there wasn't much of a waterfall, but the view was breathtaking. My dog did great, as well, for all you hikers with a little companion. We ran into only 2 couples as we were just about finished with the hike. I would recommend this hike to all!

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