Little Si Trail is a 3.8 mile moderately trafficked out and back trail located near North Bend, WA that features beautiful wild flowers and is rated as moderate. The trail is primarily used for hiking, walking, trail running, and rock climbing and is accessible from March until December. Dogs are also able to use this trail but must be kept on leash.
dogs on leash
Little Si is the little sister to Mount Si. The trail is easier with less elevation, but the view from the top is just as breathtaking, with views of Snoqualmie Valley and Rattlesnake Mountain.
Great workout. ...be sure to go to the top of the Haystack, especially on a clear day.
Pretty strolly hike for the first 1.3 miles; fairly steep leading up to the peak. Nice views of the surrounding town area. Fairly busy.
A little harder than I expected
Beautiful view at the top made it worth the hike! A lot of fun climbing over rocks and getting muddy in the rainy November weather. Lots of people out though which took away a bit of the magic, but fun never the less.
As a beginner, I had a hard time going up as there were some huge rocks to climb. Eventually I managed and even got to relax at the peak. Make sure to find that spot where you are facing Mt. Si while sitting on a perfectly curved rock that you can snuggly fit in! (It's like a natural rock couch formation, lol) Enjoyed this hike!
pleasant quick hike.
The hike was a bit steep but the view was worth it
Super easy,only one hour to get up there!!Good one to do when you have kids .
Nice, but there are better around.
At the peak you hear noise from cars and trucks
Fun, short, easy trail. Changes of scenery during the hike and the view from the top is really nice for how short it is. In the middle it feels like just a walk in the woods though and the part through the valley with trees it's hard to keep track of the trail. Once you get past that part though it's about a half mile up with pretty steep rocky inclines. I wanted it to be longer but it's perfect for beginners. Hike is really easy to get to and there are a lot of climbers
This trail is over 6 miles!!! It's about 3 in, 3 out so just be ready for that. It is a great view when you get up there. It felt like we were almost there quite a few times. Hiked this is my 4 month old (15 pounds) on my chest. Fun hike. Make sure you wear proper shoes. I wore my converse and that was a BAD choice. At least wear running shoes!
Great for groups with all abilities.
Relatively easy. Not too many Parking spots available so show up early
Enjoyable hike - mostly shaded, well-maintained and used trail. I enjoyed the view of the valley of trees more than the view at the summit.