Best Hiking Trails near North Bend, Washington

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on Twin Falls Trail
22 hours ago

hiking

I only give this a 4 star because if it wasn't for me to find a secret way to go to the bottom of the waterfall, you would have just seeing it from high up above. It's a short hike and overall very pretty! Recommended it if ur looking for something short abs quick.

on Mount Si Trail
1 day ago

hiking

Good hike with a good friend. A little painful on the way down. I'd do it again though

on Kamikaze/Teneriffe Falls
1 day ago

This hike was a little difficult, but fairly short. We went with our dog in July. She was wearing a pack to train for backpacking, and there were a few times we had to lift her over rocks when it became too narrow. Overall it's a good hike that's not too hard.

on Little Si Trail
1 day ago

hiking

Great for groups with all abilities.

on Twin Falls Trail
1 day ago

It was good! Just coming off a knee injury, and this was a good challenge! Beautiful spots that overlook the river and the falls.

on Little Si Trail
1 day ago

hiking

Relatively easy. Not too many Parking spots available so show up early

on Twin Falls Trail
2 days ago

hiking

My family loved this hike, me and the hubby are a little out of shape so this was a great starter hike for us. Some great inclines but some even better views. This one was a great hike and I would do it again in a heartbeat!

on Twin Falls Trail
2 days ago

Easy low elevation trail 1.6 from trailhead to the falls.

on Pratt Lake Trail
2 days ago

hiking

on Rattlesnake Ledge Trail
2 days ago

Arrived 6am and there were already butt loads of vehicles parked along the street. Beautiful views off the cliff. Incline wasn't so bad. Very manageable. Less than an hour goin up. Great hike for families with little ones.

on Twin Falls Trail
2 days ago

hiking

The hike itself was nice. We made the mistake of starting it off near the Iron Horse trailhead;which meant we walked for about 1.5hours before finding the end/start of the trail. It was very mild heading in, but by the end,all of the gravel made it hard for those of us hoping for an "easy hike. I definitely recommend parking at the other parking lot instead of near rattlesnake ridge. I am hoping that clear directions are updated onto the state trails websites for those new to the area.

on Mount Si Trail
2 days ago

hiking

Awesome

on Rattlesnake Ledge Trail
3 days ago

I arrived on Saturday afternoon, about 2:30. Lots of cars lining the road in, but still plenty of parking inside the actual park. I had my dog with me, hes about 70lbs. This trail is heavily used, but well maintained. mostly rocky dirt and large rocks to walk on, something to keep in mind with your dog. At points it becomes pretty narrow, expect to take turns waiting on the side of the trail so others can pass coming down/up, expect other dogs too. The hike was an easy one, and worth the walk as you get to the top. Be sure to read the sign, it can direct you to another point, even higher. Final score 4 out 5, I'll definitely be heading back.

on Rattlesnake Ledge Trail
4 days ago

hiking

great trail for the family and dog