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lake

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kid friendly

river

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waterfall

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The Mount Baker-Snoqualmie National Forest in Washington is a National Forest extending more than 140 miles along the western slopes of the Cascade Range from the Canada–US border to the northern boundary of Mount Rainier National Park.

There are extreme amounts of snow on this trail. Make sure you know how to hike in snow before you do this. I didn't expect so much snow and I had to turn back about 1/2 mile before I got to the top. Mainly due to u didn't feel safe at the top cuase you can't see the trail and the soft snow kept pulling me under. I kept getting my feet sunk into the snow and bruised my leg up bad. I will be coming back to this one in June when the snow melts..

Nice short hike but I would probably rate it as moderate rather than easy. It's short but a pretty decent rise in elevation. Beautiful forest with lots of moss. Didn't get the full view from the top since it was a cloudy rainy day but was still quite nice.

hiking
2 days ago

Did this hike on a trip to the Seattle area in Sept. 2014. Amazing beauty. I highly recommend it.

on Little Si Trail

5 days ago

Easy to moderate hike. Never got thag " I wanna stop" feeling. First half of hike is very flat. 2nd half is very rocky so be aware. Not much room to relax at the top but the view is very nice looking at how much water is coming down from the falls ( see my pics). Be careful at the top. I would take some beginning hikers here.. If following the directions from the all trails app look around for the very Tiny parking lot that is to the left off the road (see pic for street intersection 480 Ave se). Bring your discover pass to this one.

This is a very kid friendly hike that has almost no incline. Beautiful forest with trail that runs parallel to the river. Payoff at the end is the waterfall but it's a bit steep (with kids) to get down if you want to go right up to the falls.