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Change Creek Trail is a 5.6 mile lightly trafficked out and back trail located near North Bend, Washington that features a great forest setting and is rated as moderate. The trail is primarily used for hiking, running, rock climbing, and backpacking. Dogs are also able to use this trail.

Length 5.6 mi Elevation gain 2,073 ft Route type Out & Back
Dog friendly Backpacking Hiking Rock climbing Running Forest Views Over grown Rocky
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Kim Arent
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Hiking

There is over a foot of snow and the trail is very sketchy after 1.2 miles. We basically hiked blind for two miles. The forest service road was completely unrecognizable under snow

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Ryan Cline
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Hiking

Beautiful hike. 2 inches of snow at the top. Only 6 other people on the trail ona Sunday morning/afternoon.

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Marc S
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Hiking

Great trail. Easy to miss the start along old rail road trail, but difficult to get lost once your on the trail proper.

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Gavin Pendleton
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Ryan Cline
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Hiking

Great workout, id suggest you leave the kids at home. lots of loose rocks and tight ledges. i went on a Sunday morning and had the whole trail to myself.

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Fritz Merkel
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Paul Ogawa
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Hiking

Last 1/3 not worth it

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Hilde Ringger
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Hiking

Really beautiful trail, well maintained, but quite steep. Once you get up to the iron horse trail, and walk a little bit, the trail is a bit hidden. It’s behind the fence starting on a lot of torn down flora. It does not look like a trail at first glance. The top does not have the best view but it is quite peaceful and has nice wildflowers. There are nice views on the way up.

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Jas Baziuk
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Brooke Fitzwilson
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Ron van der Veen
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HikingSnow

We only made it to J’s landing since we forgot our snowshoes. Lots of new snow from this last week, and no tracks to follow.

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Roman Resendiz
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Thomas Price
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Hiking

I only went as far as Hall Point so no snow up to that point though a hiker coming down said lots of snow further along. I assume near Change Lake/Pond.

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Bradley Thon
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Dustin Marthini
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Went up to Change Pond, plenty of snow. Snow made everything more difficult, but, with the various lookouts, it was definitely a worthwhile endeavor.

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jason flatebo
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Cathryn Burby
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HikingOver grown

Great to Hall’s Point, but shortly thereafter it gets overgrown. There is a small talus field a little ways beyond the point and we saw a Pika there, so that was worth it! Turned around shortly after as it was wet and with all of the brush hanging over the trail I didn’t want totally soggy feet for the way downstairs

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Joseph Delgadillo
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Hiking

Overgrown, narrow and hard to find.

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