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    Member Since April 2016

    Juan Higuera Sepulveda

    Seattle, Washington 

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    Juan Higuera Sepulveda added Sequioa

    16 days ago

    Juan Higuera Sepulveda completed Cape Flattery Trail

    about 1 month ago

    Juan Higuera Sepulveda completed Beaver Falls

    about 1 month ago

    Juan Higuera Sepulveda reviewed Marymere Falls Trail

    about 1 month ago

    Great views, easy hike.

    Juan Higuera Sepulveda completed Marymere Falls Trail

    about 1 month ago

    Juan Higuera Sepulveda reviewed Sol Duc Falls Nature Trail

    about 1 month ago

    Great views, easy hike.

    Juan Higuera Sepulveda reviewed Mount Townsend Trail

    about 1 month ago

    Worth the sweat 100%, beautiful 360 degree view. On one side you side the Olympic mountains and on the other the Puget Sound, Mt Baker, Mt Rainier and the rest of the cascades. We went up the Little Quilcine Trail, which forces you to climb most of the elevation in the first 1.5miles. Our total round trip was 8mi on that trail. You will encounter a good portion of snow and ice, we were able to maneuver around it but we took a slow pace during that part of the climb.

    Juan Higuera Sepulveda completed Mount Townsend Trail

    about 1 month ago

    Juan Higuera Sepulveda reviewed Hurricane Hill via Hurricane Ridge

    about 1 month ago

    Great and easy sunset hike, and just beautiful. Few snow patches but nothing too bad that you cant maneuver over. Note that there is construction on the trail and trail is closed some weekends this summer, we lucked out that it wasnt closed this weekend.

    Juan Higuera Sepulveda reviewed Poo Poo Point Trail

    3 months ago

    Awesome hike today, perfect weather for it! Be aware that there is still about 1ft of snow at the top of Poo Poo Point as well as at least the last half mile leading to the top via the high school trail. You can make it with regular running shoes but will likely have a few slips in the process. The chirico trail is a little muddy at the top but other than that no snow to speak of there.

    Juan Higuera Sepulveda reviewed The Enchantments Trail

    almost 3 years ago

    One of the most magical hikes you will ever get to do. Go early so you have the opportunity to enjoy all the mesmerizing views you will have along the way. I did the full 28 mile loop. Assgard pass is tough but not impossible if you take your time and enjoy the backdrops. The best advise I can give you is taking a water filter as there is no need to carry water and also a good battery charger for your phone as you'll be taking plenty of pictures!!

    Juan Higuera Sepulveda completed The Enchantments Trail

    almost 3 years ago

    Juan Higuera Sepulveda reviewed Snow Lake Trail

    almost 3 years ago

    An awesome hike! Snow lake is crystal clear! As others mention, go early (before 9am) to avoid the crowds.. Two other suggestions: dont settle for the early snow lake access points, it gets way better and less crowded if you go an extra half mile on the main trail. Also, if you have the time and the conditioning i highly recommend going to Gem Lake and Wright mountain. Its an extra 2-2.5 miles and 1500 ft up from snow lake. Its well worth the trek, there are less people and the views are simply spectacular, you will never regret that trip!

    Juan Higuera Sepulveda completed Snow Lake Trail

    almost 3 years ago

    Juan Higuera Sepulveda reviewed Teneriffe Falls Trail

    almost 3 years ago

    Juan Higuera Sepulveda reviewed Mount Washington Trail

    almost 3 years ago

    Great views at the top! Would say the first and last miles are the hardest. The first mile is full of very slippery rocks making it a good work out, so patience and caution is needed.

    Juan Higuera Sepulveda completed Mount Washington Trail

    almost 3 years ago

    Juan Higuera Sepulveda reviewed McClellan Butte Trail

    almost 3 years ago

    Did this hike yesterday and it was great, even on a cloudy day. Definitely going back on a sunnier day. Do no get used to the first two miles, those are easy. The last three not so much. There are multiple points on the last half mile where trees are blocking the trail, it takes some figuring out but should be able to make it through. Its definitely worth it making to the top!

    Juan Higuera Sepulveda completed McClellan Butte Trail

    almost 3 years ago