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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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Little Ranger Peak Trail
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8 Completed 7 Reviews

Nice, quick workout. Not much to see on the way up or down. Viewpoint is blocked by jagged rock that must be scaled to get a good view. May be a sketchy climb for some. Relative to other trails in the area this falls short, but any hike is better than no hike. I ran into several mountain bikers rather fellow hikers. Looked like a good trail for biking.

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Palisades Trail
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8 Completed 7 Reviews

Hard to find off of 410 but don't give up! This is a great hike full of switchbacks making it a great workout. Plus, you get all the attractions: hillside view of creek, waterfall, large rock-wall formation, lookout view over the White River below. We got elevated up to the snow line in late April. It is 6.6 in and 6.6 out. So quite the hike (13.2 miles total).

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Snoquera Falls Trail
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2 Completed 1 Reviews

Great trail that is also easy to get to. Turn at the Shepherd Boy Scout camp and the trailhead parking lot is to your right. Dog friendly too. There are some very steep edges to trails so we left our dog on a leash. It's a fairly short hike so good for a quick hike when guests are in town. There are a few big logs over trails to climb over or crawl under. The climb up is fairly steep. Water was flowing great as of April 25th.

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Snoquera Falls Trail
by Roberta Simes

7 Completed 6 Reviews

Amazing waterfall. The hike was great, minimal bugs and tons of charm. Had lunch at the base of the waterfall in the stream on the rocks. Well worth the hike!

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Lost Lake Trail
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19 Completed 15 Reviews

The trail started (for us) at the Green Lake Trailhead. A few miles of relatively flat walking til we hit the second green lake. the bridge was out there so we went over the logs that had fallen to cross the water. Once on the other side, the ascension starts. Walking for a little while, you hit the "y" in the road that takes you to (left) echo lake and (right) lost lake. We took the right and it's a pretty steady uphill hike. It was snowing and everything was white and beautiful. Finally arriving at the lake on the left, we noticed that it was hidden with no signage whatsoever. Thank goodness for the steps in the snow so we could follow. Overall, it was a majestic little lake that was a brilliant bluish green. Very peaceful and st this tone

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Cal Magnusson Trail
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12 Completed 2 Reviews

There wasn't much to look at in terms of scenery and it is a pretty strenuous hike. Because of that, you do feel a sense of accomplishment when you do get to the top. The difficulty level increased when we went since the whole trail was muddy and sloped making ascent and descent pretty tiresome. I got my son new hiking boots with better treads after this hike.

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Cal Magnusson Trail
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9 Completed 8 Reviews

My husband and I have a deal. If we can do the North side 2xs in a row, we've earned Wally's on the way home. :^)) Great hike. Can get a little crowded in the Spring/Summer and a little slick in the Fall/Winter.

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Cal Magnusson Trail
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96 Completed 3 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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Palisades Trail
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4 Completed 1 Reviews

excellent hike. only went to south point. first 2 miles are pretty steep, but after that its easy going. great views today. 65 I'm early March. great views of the mountain.

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Mud Mountain Rim Trail
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8 Completed 1 Reviews

a nice stroll through the wood. there are a few nice peek a boo views in the clearings, but don't expect any grand views. many muddy spots makes crossing log bridges a bit tricky. the washed out cliffs are quite the sight. if you do the entire trail, it is broken up near mile 3 by a ravine. it's not hard to figure out how to get back on trail, but is not well marked either. logging road parallels the trail and highway so we were not concerned about going off trail.

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