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    Catherine Counts completed Lodge Lake Trail

    3 months ago

    Catherine Counts saved Mount Si Trail

    4 months ago

    Catherine Counts saved Malachite Lake

    12 months ago

    Catherine Counts saved Beckler Peak

    12 months ago

    Catherine Counts saved Twin Lakes Trail

    12 months ago

    Catherine Counts saved Goat Lake Trail

    12 months ago

    Catherine Counts completed Pratt Lake Trail

    about 1 year ago

    Catherine Counts saved Pratt Lake Trail

    about 1 year ago

    Catherine Counts completed Lime Kiln Trail

    about 1 year ago

    Catherine Counts reviewed Cedar Butte Trail

    about 1 year ago

    45 minute drive from Seattle
    2 hours total hike time

    GPS doesn't take you to parking lot. Follow the signs to the parking area that requires a Discovery pass.

    Good hike, parts of the climb are moderate, would say this is a 2 of 5 on difficulty scale. Good views, not as stunning as nearby Rattlesnake, but way better since it's substantially less busy.

    Catherine Counts reviewed Lake Lenore Caves

    about 1 year ago

    Hike time - 60 minutes
    Detour cost - 30 minutes drive time

    Great place to stretch your legs if traveling, only saw one other couple the whole time I was there (but it was pretty smokey from fires and a Tuesday)

    Caves are gorgeous, can see some nice ounces half way up hike, which is good when air quality is low.

    Catherine Counts reviewed Boardman Lake Trail

    about 1 year ago

    Trail time 60 minutes
    Time from Seattle 90 minutes

    Went on a Sunday morning in September, crowd definitely comes around lunch, I had place to myself, but passed a dozen cars as I was leaving.

    Great little trail, gorgeous lake at the top, but not worth the drive if it's the only thing you plan on doing. Last five miles is up a US Forest Service road, which is pretty, but takes longer than the actual hike to drive up. Likely to camp and hike this one if ever do it again.

    Catherine Counts saved Lime Kiln Trail

    about 1 year ago

    Catherine Counts saved Heather Lake Trail

    about 1 year ago

    Catherine Counts saved Lake 22 Trail

    about 1 year ago

    Catherine Counts completed Lake Lenore Caves

    about 1 year ago

    Catherine Counts saved Lake Lenore Caves

    about 1 year ago

    Catherine Counts completed Boardman Lake Trail

    about 1 year ago

    Catherine Counts saved Boardman Lake Trail

    about 1 year ago

    Catherine Counts reviewed Cedar Butte Trail

    about 1 year ago

    35 min drive from Seattle
    2.5 hours car door to car door*

    *GPS coordinates from this app don't take you to the parking lot. Go to the parking lot (John Wayne Trailhead) and save yourself an additional mile loop of flat terrain, which will also save 30 minutes.

    The conflict between other reviewers is correct, this is definitely a mostly "easy" trail, but there are portions that are "moderate" (particularly to the summit and the left hand side of the loop to the summit trailhead). It's super easy/flat until you turn off to "Cedar Butte" (but then that technically isn't part of the Cedar Butte Trail).

    Dog friendly, bathrooms near parking lot. Busy first mile to get to Cedar Butte turn off, but after that only saw four other groups in 90 minutes on a Sunday morning.

    Views at top are good, trade off less amazing views for the lack of traffic that nearby trails suffer from.

    Catherine Counts completed Cedar Butte Trail

    about 1 year ago

    Catherine Counts saved Cedar Butte Trail

    about 1 year ago

    Catherine Counts saved Melmont Ghost Town

    about 1 year ago

    Catherine Counts reviewed Twin Falls Trail

    about 1 year ago

    Drive from Seattle - 35 minutes
    Door to door Trail - 2 hours

    Easy (but not super easy, was def feeling the incline occasionally), dog friendly, multiple lookout points of the waterfalls. More of an in and out experience, no real place to hang. Regardless of which side you come from, once you see the main falls and cross the bridge there's nothing else to do but return to where you came from.

    Catherine Counts completed Twin Falls Trail

    about 1 year ago