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    S T completed Taylor River Trail

    3 months ago

    S T saved Taylor River Trail

    3 months ago

    S T saved Beckler Peak

    3 months ago

    S T saved Lake Dorothy Trail

    3 months ago

    S T saved Kendall Peak Lakes Trail

    3 months ago

    S T saved Snow Lake Trail

    3 months ago

    S T reviewed Twin Falls Trail

    3 months ago

    Did this trail on a Thursday - Got to the trail around 10 or 10.30 AM. Parking lot had quite a few cars. It was a pretty nice day to hike. I had taken 2 elders in their 60's with me - they needed trekking poles since they are not used to hiking. Otherwise, you do not need trekking poles. You walk along the river, which is a pleasant music to the years. Several bridges to cross, and the final falls bridge is a great place. If you climb up the stairs and go a bit further, you get to see a better view of the upper falls. It is best to return from this spot. trail is in great shape. There are little passages to the water, and you can go and sit there on the rocks to enjoy the view.

    S T reviewed Wallace Falls Trail

    3 months ago

    We did this trail on Saturday morning. parking was full around 9 am, so get there early if you want to find a spot. trail itself was well maintained, good gradient. Get a map if you want to continue to the lake, because the trail is not clear to the lake from upper falls. We returned back to do the lake later with a map. Lots of kids. You can either go all the way to the upper falls or return back from the lower falls. Surprisingly, very few birds.

    S T reviewed Margaret's Way Trail

    3 months ago

    I was at the trailhead at 8.30 AM on a sunday morning - Parking lot was about 50% full. It was cloudy and misty when I started the hike, and was quite humid as well. The first half mile or so has a good incline. The trail flattens out after that for a while, before having a moderate incline after that. The trail ends abruptly at 2.8 miles where another trail loop sign is displayed. However, there are directions to go to Debbie's view which is a must see. I did not expect to see Mount Rainier from there - the clouds had cleared up by the time I got there, and the temperature was just right. You don't get to see a lot of views along the way - there are 2 viewpoints on the way to the end. The first one is pretty small, the second one is quite big and very peaceful - on a clear day, its a must see. The trail has moderate traffic, and lots of dogs to play with. Took about 2 hours to go up (beginner hiker) and 90 minutes to come down, not counting the time spent at the second view point. For someone looking to increase their challenge from easy hikes, this is a good one.

    S T completed Margaret's Way Trail

    3 months ago

    S T saved Chenuis Falls Trail

    3 months ago

    S T saved Annette Lake Trail

    3 months ago

    S T saved Cherry Creek Falls Trail

    3 months ago

    S T saved Twin Falls Trail

    3 months ago

    S T completed Twin Falls Trail

    3 months ago

    S T saved Seward Park

    4 months ago

    S T saved Lowell Riverfront Trail

    4 months ago

    S T saved North Creek Trail

    4 months ago

    S T saved Meadowdale Beach Trails

    4 months ago

    S T saved Heather Lake Trail

    4 months ago

    S T saved Mount Pilchuck Trail

    4 months ago

    S T saved Margaret's Way Trail

    4 months ago

    S T saved Stan's Overlook

    4 months ago

    S T saved Middle Tiger Trail

    4 months ago

    S T saved South Tiger Mountain Trail

    4 months ago

    S T saved Summit Lake Trail

    4 months ago

    S T completed Seward Park

    4 months ago

    S T completed Coal Creek Trail

    4 months ago