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Mud Mountain Rim Trail

Western Washington, hiking, climbing, Best of the NW year-round trails. The wood deck lookout above the White River is the starting point of the 1/3rd mile overlook of the flood control dam. When built in 1948 was the highest rock and earth-filled dam in the world. Find the rim trail from outside the gate of […]

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Snoqualmie Mountain

Western Washington, hiking, climbing, Best of the NW year-round trails. THE Snoqualmie Mountain sits on the northeastern flanks of the I 90 corridor with panoramic views above Alpentol and Lake Kecheelus. Sharing the Alpentol Parking lot with the ever-popular Snow Lake Trail. Find the non-descript start 50 feet south of the Snow Lake trail head.  […]

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Mount Teneriffe

Western Washington, hiking, climbing, Best of the NW year-round trails. The lesser-known sister of Mount Si.  Mount Teneriffe offers a steep scenic climb up past Kamikaze falls on the root grab Kamakazie Trail. Tap & Go   Follow us to adventure.  

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Snow Lake

Western Washington, hiking, climbing, Best of the NW year-round trails. Ultra-popular and rightly so; Snow Lake is a quintessential Snoqualmie Pass Alpine Lake. Access the trail head from the Alpentol Parking Lot where you can register for an Alpine Lakes day permit. The first half of the trail passes by scenic waterfalls and stream crossings […]

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Mount Catherine

Western Washington, hiking, climbing, Best of the NW year-round trails. Gain 360 wrap around views of the I 90 corridor over Snoqualmie Pass from Mount Catherine. Forest road 9070 is much rougher in the summer than the groomed Mount Catherine Nordic Ski loop of the winter. (We clocked faster speeds Nordic skiing than driving down […]

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Pinnacle Peak Cal Magnusson Trail

Play & Learn Rising abruptly from flat farmlands the popular Pinnacle Peak could be considered The Mount Si of Enumclaw. This ancient volcanic cone long since overgrown with vegetation the peak’s dense forest offers occasional breaks to farmland views below. Looking north its possible to spot the Seattle city skyline appearing to be building blocks […]

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