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Crystal Lake Trail [PRIVATE PROPERTY]

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Woodinville, Washington

Crystal Lake Trail [PRIVATE PROPERTY] is a 4.2 mile lightly trafficked out and back trail located near Woodinville, Washington that features beautiful wild flowers and is rated as moderate. The trail is primarily used for hiking, running, nature trips, and bird watching and is best used from March until October.

Length 4.2 mi Elevation gain 183 ft Route type Out & Back
Kid friendly Hiking Nature trips Bird watching Running Forest Views Wild flowers Wildlife Private property
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Note: There is no access to Crystal Lake due to the trail's surrounding private property.

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Reviews (30)
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Recordings (26)
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Vonnie Gill
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Hiking

Nice little moderate walk, not many people at all. My kids found a sweet rope swim to play on. The only part that wasn’t great is parking.

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Rafael Velasquez
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HikingBugsClosedMuddyOver grownPrivate property

This trail was not great. it seems overused, is very muddy, and the number of bugs is incredible. Additionally, because it is not a formal trail there is no parking or bathroom.

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Matt Lasley
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HikingMuddy

But that mud! Muddiest trail I’ve hiked by far. Had to take the dogs an extra 1.5 miles around the neighborhood just to dry them out. Encountered another idiot with his dogs off leash. It’s not about your dogs people - it’s about animal behavior and the leashed dogs they run up on. Don’t do it!

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Lyndea Williamson
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HikingBlowdownMuddy
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Randy Bennett
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HikingMuddy

Really good area for hiking. I had trouble following the correct trail and the map but saw a lot of cool stuff anyways. I seemed to be the only one out there, the trail is nice and soft though you may have to do some mud avoidance. Not too difficult, though a small child might not be able to do a lot of it.

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Max Murtaugh
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HikingMuddyPrivate property

Catacombs of trails through swampy woods. Very easy to get turned around. Had to watch my phone map and double back a few times. Pretty trail, just a little muddy. AllTrails says that this features a lake, but when I got within a couple blocks there was a sign saying “no trespassing crystal lake club members only”

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Michal Borkowski
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HikingPrivate property

Great hike in the woods. Went with our dog. A little overgrown, with a few side trails. No parking on North side, parked here, at the end of the road: (20351 170th Ave NE, Woodinville, WA 98072)

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Andrew Monary
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Hiking

The trail is fine for a walk in the woods. However the area down by the lake is private and there is a sign stating no trespassing. It was quite buggy on an August afternoon. No real signage and not well maintained. Used the All trails map numerous time to stay on course, with several side trails that aren't on the map.

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Doug Kramer
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HikingBugs

mosquito haven. also not supposed to go to lake (private lake)

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Jennifer Crill
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HikingBugsMuddyOver grown

The trail is poorly labeled. There are many side trails that lead all over the place. We never made it to the lake. The trail is very narrow and overgrown in places. The mosquitos are beginning to come out, so I would recommend insect repellent. The salmon berries were beginning to ripen.

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Aj Strong
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First to Review

trail is now owned by ***holes

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Coryna West
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Hiking
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Patty Glenn
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Hiking
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Lyndea Williamson
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Hiking
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Katharine Dippold Barrantes
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Hiking
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jason Olivea
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Hiking
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Catalina Angel
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Hiking
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Lyndea Williamson
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Hiking
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Kellie Parsons
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Hiking
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Craig BigPoppa LUNDBLAD
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Hiking
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Elena Newbrough
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Hiking
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Phil McMorrow
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Hiking
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