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Noel Garcia
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Hiking

Did this trail, was able to get to the 3.3 mile mark when the trail going to the lake is covered in snow!.. cant find the trail, and for safety reason since I hiked this trail alone, i have to turn around, disappointed, will go back and try again sometime this summer.. lots of mosquitoes this time of the year.. Use the logs to cross the river, they are stable enough.

Carol Marques
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Hiking

Amazingly beautiful trail. Easy to get around. My wife, who had a knee injury and is recovering, was able to do the trail without difficulties. We went July 4th around 3 pm was not crowded and people were respecting social distancing.0

Logan Bowen
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BackpackingBugs

Beautiful lake to visit! Although it was incredibly busy over the holiday weekend we were still able to find a nice spot to set up our tents for the night. The hike itself will make you sweat a bit but is mostly a gradual climb, the hills are modest and spaced out far enough to catch your breath. You’ll have to cross a few streams, having waterproof shoes will help you greatly. The last one before you reach camp will soak your boots. Bring plenty of bug spray- the mosquitoes are plentiful and hungry.

Sean LeBlanc
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HikingMuddyRocky

Great easy hike suitable for most people. The road getting there is likely the most stressful part of the whole hike - highly recommend bringing a car that can handle an extremely high number of potholes. Hiked on 7/3 and was extremely muddy, so keep in mind to wear appropriate shoes.

Denise Declet
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Darren Fu
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HikingMuddyRocky

Easy mode of its neighbor: Lake 22

Darren Fu
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HikingRocky

The first 1 mi is wide and easy. The 2nd half of the loop is a bit rocky and steeper. The trail is very narrow, not very kid-friendly.

Matt Uhlman
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Hiking

Great trail that was quick and easy for us and the kids. Some magnificent large trees with beautiful moss draped all over them. There’s a small “Maple Valley” that’s about a 200 foot haunt off the main trail and was breathtaking. It’s a long drive in but well worth it! Some of the most unique scenery we’ve come across and a true gem of the PNW and Olympic National Forest!

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Sara Dickson
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Hiking

Wonderful trail. The path is either tricky footing and steep or easy and flat. No I’m between. Up and down with a beer at the lake in 3 hr 45 with a dog. Bring poles for the decent. Everything is wet and the roots can be slippery. Look at the weather it can be cold and wet at the lake! Suggest bear bells if you’re going early in the morning. I didn’t see anyone on the trail until 11:30.

Matthew Von Itter
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Dillon Kelly
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Chelsea T.
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HikingBugsMuddyRocky

Loved this hike. Absolutely beautiful. I hiked it 7/3/2020. It was actually a bit harder than expected only because I was wearing trail “running” shoes and night actually hiking shoes. It was very muddy a lot of the way and slippery as well. I slipped and fell on a log one tine. I would not recommend this hike to anyone with any type of injuries. There is a bit of climbing you have to do. The lake was BEAUTIFUL! I was in awe of the walk around the lake. We started the actual hike at 12:00 and finished at 4. That included a bunch of picture taking and a break for a little snack brake on the big Rocks 1/2 around the lake. Tons of people. The hike was very clean. I may go again in the future.

Max Fortune
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Hiking

Nothing special. Mostly in the forest. Lots of mountain bikes.

Justin Luthey
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Hiking

I’d recommend doing in the afternoon after the clouds burn off. A few snow crossings up to cascade pass. We had poles and crampons but poles needed at minimum. Few dicey spots. Our research identified this as the #1 hike in the park. Would have been 5 stars but the views were just so often blocked by clouds. Don’t forget to add the extra 4 miles round trip because of the trailhead closure. Not too buggy. There was a bear at the trailhead and we saw marmots and a giant banana slug.

Brittany Herzog Photography
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HikingBugsMuddyRocky

Be prepared for a bumpy 4 mile drive up to the trailhead. Other then that I 100% recommend this hike to everyone! so much to see along the way to the lake. Lots of camping and areas to hang out. Also there’s so switchbacks for miles!! Definitely a PLUS!

Tessa Wiedmann
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Hiking

There are a few miles of huge pothole filled road winding up to the trailhead, definitely take it SLOW driving. We arrived around 2pm and the spots closest to the trail head were clearing up, but there were a ton of cars parked very far down the road. Most people were wearing masks and it wasn’t too crowded. The lakes are beautiful, trail was a bit muddy in some places, lots of bugs at the top lake, but an awesome hike, not too strenuous- but definitely still a hike. Would recommend for less experienced hikers any day!

Jen Bly
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Alvaro Pedraza
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HikingFeeSnow

Saturday 7/4/2020 This is probably one of the best scenic hikes I’ve done even if there were some clouds. It took me about two and a half hours to make it to Mt. Teregram and two hours back down to the trail head. The trail is not in bad shape except for some overgrown parts. There is heavy snow once you get to the bear camp marker. So wear the proper shoes. Also bring plenty of water as there are no streams.

Paige Carlson
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HikingBugsRocky

One of the most rewarding hikes with stunning views along the way and of course at the lake itself! Went today and arrived before 7 am - parking lot was full and had no trouble parking on the side, close to the trailhead. For those skeptical of doing it because of the “hard” label, I’m very out of shape and consider Little Si a good workout, so this was a challenge but one that was very doable. I took it slow (3.5 hours up), sat by the lake for 2 hours, and came down in 2 hours. Pack your bug spray and also note there are a heavy amount of potholes for about 10 minutes leading up to the trail.

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