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Mount Si Trail is a 7.9 mile heavily trafficked out and back trail located near North Bend, Washington that features beautiful wild flowers and is rated as difficult. The trail offers a number of activity options and is best used from April until November. Dogs are also able to use this trail but must be kept on leash.

Distance: 7.9 miles Elevation Gain: 3,188 feet Route Type: Out & Back

dogs on leash

fishing

hiking

nature trips

rock climbing

bird watching

running

forest

views

wild flowers

wildlife

rocky

scramble

The hike starts at the parking lot and the trail head is clearly marked, in a couple hundred yards you will begin your ascent to the top of Mount Si. The trail is well-maintained and dog-friendly, but be aware that there have been reports of bear spottings on the trail (although not very often). Most of the hike is under the shade of the trees which makes it a good hike even in the heat of summer. The trail ends on a rocky surface known as the Haystack, which can be very slippery when wet. You'll need some climbing experience if you plan to get to the top of the haystack. Discover Pass required.

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4 days ago

Great early morning hike this am, Trail was free of snow until about 2000ft then micro spikes were needed. Clear skies at the top and chilly. Great workout!

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4 days ago

Experienced climbers can probably make it to the top of the Haystack since the snow should be able to take your weight. As a novice climber, it got a bit too hairy for me 2/3 of the way up. If you aren’t going to climb, just stop at the 2nd overlook. Spikes strongly recommended, but not required if you’re okay with slipping and sliding.

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5 days ago

Ok, so you need spikes and poles cause it’s very slippery. Keep the snowshoes at home. You wont need them in the next few days. The trail is in pretty good shape. Muddy at the bottom. Snow. Slush and ice on the upper climb. Oh for god sake, stop wearing jeans. Cotton kills in the cold. Nothing says tourist like jeans, kids and a Camera that weighs 20 lbs. save that for summer

recorded Mount Si Trail

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6 days ago

Strongly recommend spikes and or hiking poles. Did it without either, and though it’s survivable, the hike down is incredibly rough.

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6 days ago

Great hike, a bit challenging without spikes

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7 days ago

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7 days ago

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8 days ago

First hike up this trail with this much snow was an eye opener. I’ve hiked this trail in the past but not with this much snow. I had to turn around less than .2 miles from the top. I had post-holed several times up to that point (it didn’t help having a 30 lbs backpack but I needed it for training) but it was the wind that got me but I probably could have been a little more prepared for the cold that last .3 miles. Also the fact I lost the trail in the snow as tracks from other hikers was covered. Snow shoes and poles would have helped a lot but I was trying to make it without using them (although used poles on the way down). I’ll definitely do it again but be much more prepared.

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12 days ago

Lovely training hike near Seattle. Went up this afternoon and definitely noticed a lot of mud, small water streams on trail, few small downed trees, and packed snow passed around 2K feet. Be prepared for the cold up at the summit. Enjoy!

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