Snoqualmie Summit Series Peak Trails - Best of the Northwest Best of the Northwest

Snoqualmie Summit Series Peak Trails.  The Mountains to Sound Greenbelt from Issaquah extending over Snoqualmie Pass along I90 is home to a plethora of trail accessible dramatic peaks.  Why train solely on Mount Si when you can build up fitness and mountain skills exploring each of these peaks.  Complete the series and earn your Snoqualmie Summit Series Peak Trails Collectors Badge.

 


Driving Conditions

Driving Conditions

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Keleetan Peak

Keleetan Peak

 Snoqualmie Pass Peaks
Listed by difficulty, elevation and distance

 Mount Catherine 2.5 miles –  1,300 gain
Tinkham Peak 8 miles – 2,600 gain
Silver Peak 9 miles – 2,900 gain
□ Snoqualmie Peak 3.5 miles – 3,100 gain
Rampart Ridge / Alta Peak 12 miles – 3,300 gain
Granite Peak 8.6 miles – 3,800
□ McClelland Butte 9 miles – 3,800 gain
□ Defiance & Bandara 11 miles – 4,840 gain
□ Kaleetan Peak 11.6  miles – 4,500 gain


Mountains to Sound Greenway
Listed by Difficulty, elevation and distance

Rattlesnake Ledge 4.0 miles – 1,160 gain
Mount Si 8 miles- 3,150 gain
Mount Washington 8.5 miles – 3,250
Dirty Harry’s Peak  8.2 – 3,326
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Mount Teneriffe 13.8 miles- 3,800 gain
□ Bare Mountain 8.6 miles – 3,300 gain
□ Mailbox Peak  7.25 miles- 4,000 gain



Other Suggestions
□ Red Mountain
□ Guye Peak
□ Hibox Mountain
□ Wright Mountain


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