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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.

  • Best Hiking

  • Best Mountain Biking

  • Best Trail Running

  • Best Mountain Biking

Recent Reviews

on Soaring Eagle Park Trail
4 days ago

trail running
10 Completed10 Reviews

Nice park for running. You can loop around and criss cross as much or little as you like to make just the right distance.

on Soaring Eagle Park Trail
5 months ago

8 Completed6 Reviews

on Soaring Eagle Park Trail
5 months ago

hiking
11 Completed8 Reviews

We'll be back to try more of the trails in this park. Well maintained.


8 months ago

walking

good if you want to go for a long, or flat walk in the woods... not too many vistas of the surrounding landscape like some other local more mountainous trails.


11 months ago

trail running

Very beautiful and great run!

on Hazel Wolf Wetlands Trail
1 year ago

birding
9 Completed3 Reviews

on Soaring Eagle Park Trail
1 year ago

hiking
12 Completed12 Reviews

Well maintained and good signage. Encountered quite a bit of horse manure on the trails.

on Beaver Lake Park Trail
1 year ago

hiking
12 Completed12 Reviews

Nice relaxing hike. Short trail condition and signage.

on Soaring Eagle Park Trail
1 year ago

trail running
32 Completed4 Reviews

Just finished a 50k on this trail. Great trail! It wasn't too tough elevation-wise, but it was technical enough to keep it interesting and fun!


1 year ago

hiking

Great hike, easy for beginners, well marked trails.....really enjoyed this place.

on Beaver Lake Park Trail
1 year ago

11 Completed6 Reviews

on Beaver Lake Park Trail
1 year ago

walking
489 Completed235 Reviews

Relatively short, forested loop trail good for a peaceful walk or trail run.

on Soaring Eagle Park Trail
1 year ago

3 Completed3 Reviews

Great running trail or mountain biking relatively all flat but lots of good trails to go on favorite running area been mountain biking a few times there as we'll not really a home just trails threw woods but all and all a cool place to go see some people not many as there are a lot of trails great for kids nice and easy

on Soaring Eagle Park Trail
1 year ago

41 Completed19 Reviews

It has a trail system, all trials are marked clearly, which is always good. A little muddy but that won't stop a true PN Westerner. Dog friendly, lots of parking, no real views just kind of a walk through the woods. Great area to spend a couple hours when you have the time.

on Soaring Eagle Park Trail
2 years ago

mountain biking
5 Completed3 Reviews

I love this place super close to home and always ready for more

on Beaver Lake Park Trail
3 years ago

hiking
2 Completed1 Reviews

A short level walk that would've been unmemorable, except we went toward picnic meadow at the end, and discovered a small private lake with TONS of pink and whit lillypads and blue heron. Gorgeous!

on Soaring Eagle Park Trail
3 years ago

hiking
489 Completed235 Reviews

Easy forest hike, relatively flat, but lots of mud. Good trail run or mountain bike area with multiple interconnecting trails. Lots of birds too.


4 years ago

hiking

It's a great place to take your toddlers for "green bonding". The trail loops around the pond, and has an observation platform on the north end. There is a connection to the Beaver Lake Preserve, which in turn connects to Soaring Eagle Park through a narrow gap next to the Windsor Greens golf course.

on Soaring Eagle Park Trail
4 years ago

hiking
21 Completed4 Reviews

Easy hike, LOTS of mud! It was a fun and safe night hike.

on Soaring Eagle Park Trail
5 years ago

hiking
0 Completed1 Reviews

This is nice easy hike. Although we went at the end of Feb, we'd love to go back in the spring or fall since it has a lot of deciduous trees. Also, it looks like it would be a lot of fun on a mountain bike. We encountered very few people on the trail so the solitude was very nice. We plan on doing it again in on bikes and when things are more leafy.