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Best Trails in Maple Valley

Rattlesnake Ledge Trail

North Bend, WA

Rattlesnake Ledge Trail is a 4.1 mile heavily trafficked out and back trail located near North Bend, WA that features a lake and is rated as moderate. The trail offers a number of activity options and is accessible year-round. Dogs are also able to use this trail but must be kept on leash.

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Lake Wilderness

Maple Valley, WA

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Lake Wilderness

Maple Valley, WA

Recent Reviews

on Lake Wilderness
15 days ago

1 Completed1 Reviews

Flat and easy.

on Lake Wilderness
1 month ago

walking
1 Completed1 Reviews

The directions take you a neighbor. need to mark it better where the trail begins. Also the map along the trail doesn't show its a loop, so we got confused and ended up heading back to car. Other than that seemed like a nice trail.

on Cedar River
3 months ago

hiking
36 Completed15 Reviews


4 months ago

Wet!

on Lake Wilderness
11 months ago

hiking
2 Completed1 Reviews


11 months ago

Family friendly swimming area. Plenty of space to picnic after walking the trail.

on Lake Wilderness
1 year ago

1 Completed1 Reviews

My pedometer clocked 4 miles total around the lake. 1/2 of the treck is through the neighborhood, but the houses are beautiful. Once you get to the trail, the water is tranquil. Very kid friendly and dogs friendly too.


1 year ago

walking

Scenic and fun trail; very kid friendly! Geo-caches along the way.
Easy trail to do with the family.

on Lake Wilderness
1 year ago

hiking
3 Completed1 Reviews

There are ways to get right down to the lake before or after your hike
its a very very beautiful trail. VERY kid friendly

on Lake Wilderness
3 years ago

hiking
1 Completed1 Reviews

We thought the 8 mile loop would be next to the lake for the entire loop, but the main trail was only next to the lake for about 2 miles. We went off a few side trails to stay close to the water, and were pleasantly surprised to see a park there with a beach/swimming area and plenty of grass for picnicking in the summertime. There were also tennis courts, a baseball field, and big toys for kids. I would recommend Mapquesting Lake Wilderness Lodge for better directions than just clicking on the "Directions" link from this site. Those directions took us to a residential area with park access for members only.

on Lake Wilderness
3 years ago

scenic driving
1 Completed1 Reviews

on Lake Wilderness
4 years ago

hiking
112 Completed22 Reviews

Great trail been many many times, used also alternate route that was much longer.

on Lake Wilderness
4 years ago

walking
16 Completed7 Reviews

Great easy trail for a walk w/the dog and/or kids, biking, or jogging. Nice view of the lake, will definitely become one of my regular trails w/the dog :)