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John Lee
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Hiking

Easy walk around the lake. Peaceful and a great way just to go for a quick walk

Jaime Pringle
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HikingRockyScramble

Amazing. Hard. Had to dig deep a couple times. Take it all in.

Rocio Guzman
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Hiking

Great trail! Family friendly kids loved and water fall was amazing

Joksy Friedman
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Hiking

The trail was beautiful and very easy. My 3 year old enjoyed it and I didn’t even carry her once.

Samantha S
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HikingRocky

Great easy trail over gravel the whole way. We did it today and were the only ones there. Amazing wildflowers and a pretty view.

Maria Purice
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HikingMuddyRocky

Got here on Monday at 7:45 am and half the lot was already full. We did not pass by too many people along the trail up, but there were a few groups at the top. The trail itself is so beautiful.. the cliffs along the way are gorgeous and people were rock climbing. The only problem was that we passed by several piles of dog poop in the middle of the trail (which is so frustrating as a dog owner who enjoys taking their dog for hikes and does not want to lose this privilege). On the way back we saw more people. About 1/2 of ppl were wearing masks but since it was so early it was easy to pass while social distancing.

Brian Asher
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HikingSnow

Wow...spectacular from beginning to end. Wildflowers, glaciated peaks, Shuksan staring you in the face once you get up to the pass. Really a nice hike and the last mile wasn’t that hard really. Didn’t even put on spikes. Fantastic views from summit!

Brian Asher
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HikingSnow

One of my favorite hikes in Washington. Hit snow and put on spikes and got out ice axe. Went straight up to saddle and traversed across to summit Hidden Lake Peaks. Dropped down and back up to the lookout. Pretty challenging hike with so much snow. Awesome views the entire ridge and at the summit and lookout. Came down more “following the snow-covered trail” to make a loop. Fun adventure for those who don’t mind navigating on snow.

Brian Asher
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HikingSnow

Hiked on 7/10. Snow at mile 3 in meadow . Brought spikes but not too hard to make it up to the peak. Great views all around!

Shelly Ulrich
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Hiking

Love this hike! Waterfalls, avalanche chutes, beautiful lake with lots of access points! My only disappointment today was all the used toilet paper all along the trail that leads up to the cedar pit toilet. It was pretty disgusting Not sure if people don’t understand the sign on the tree that says toilet with an arrow pointing towards it? Maybe they think it means the toilet is the trail. Next time I go I’m bringing gloves and an extra ziploc and will do some clean up. If we all work together and pick up the trash we find it will make an impact

Alana Broderick
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Hiking

Great trail - loved the view at the end! On the easier side of moderate, so it was a good quick hike. Saw 2 black bears, so keep an eye out. Both were very close to the trail, with one sneaking up within 30 feet behind us while we were sitting and enjoying the view at the top; they weren’t interested in us and just passed by. Not a busy trail on a Monday afternoon but did see a few groups of people here and there.

Victoria Schmidt
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Hiking

If you want to enjoy the journey as well the final destination maybe pick another trail. it was an absolutely stunning day and i should have probably chosen a different hike. Its a very nice lake but nowhere to go once you get there, the trail is easy to follow but i felt it had limited views. The only reason i feel disappointed is that 2-3 miles each way is under the thick bushes. Easy hike, good trail with gradual incline, Great parking and cleanish drop toilets.

Emily User
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HikingMuddyRockySnow

Even though I have done this before, the experience was different and new! We got there at 10 and it was relatively busy, parking lot maybe a little over half full (but it’s a large parking area). However, it never felt crowded, especially at the lake, where there are a multitude of places to hang out or explore. We planned to swim and brought shoes to do so but the beach that was there last time was completely covered in water. Nevertheless we did wade and people jumped in even though it was freezing.

Grace Flowers
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HikingBugsMuddySnow

We hiked this loop 7/9-7/11 (deviating off to Tuck lake for two nights in the middle). The whole trail is passable, but muddy in spots with several small stream crossings towards the beginning. There were a couple of river crossings, the first we changed shoes and walked through without much problem. The second one (I think the Daniel?) was pretty challenging. We tethered ourselves with some paracord and were able to find a way across, but the water came up to my thighs (I’m about 5’6”) with a good bit of force. I definitely wouldn’t recommend it with a dog or small child unless it slows down later in the season. We hit snowfields up towards cathedral pass that hid long stretches of the trail. We were able to navigate it with the AllTrails map and google maps fairly easily. The snow fields cleared up maybe 3/4 mile before squaw lake. It’s definitely pretty muddy in some sections, but everything was passable. I would highly recommend some type of GPS to help navigate the snowfields if you plan on hiking this soon. This section is PCT and shows up on google maps which may be sufficient. Super pretty trail though with a lot of nice views. I would definitely do this hike again. Bring bug spray!

Katie Silashki
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Hiking

Short and sweet! A good workout! Definitely crowded, even on a Monday, so please mask up. To get the view of the twin falls, you need to descend the staircase (close to the lower viewpoint) to find the lookout. I blew right past it initially.

Heather S.
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Hiking

Beautiful walk. There is a nice picnic area to sit and take in the view while enjoying a meal. The road leading in has a lot of pot holes, but just take it slow. A few of the foot bridges have holes which may make it difficult to pass if in a wheelchair.

Michael Olson
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Hiking

Washington State Discovery Pass required. I drove from the south to the trailhead in my Camry with no issues at all. If you’re the type that sometimes uses poles you will definitely want them on this trail. I don’t use poles but seriously thought they’d be helpful on the last mile back down. In the middle of the trail it splits and you have an option to go a less popular route that brings you back to the main trail. We chose to give it a try on the way back down. I wouldn’t recommend it nor would I ever consider doing it again. If you do choose to do it you’d be wise to do it on the way back down. The trail is nearly nonexistent at times and going up it would be quite a challenge.

Grace Flowers
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HikingBugsRockyScrambleSnow

We hiked up to Tuck Lake on 7/9. The trail was clear with only a small patch of snow near the lake. The last mile up to Tuck is pretty challenging. We aren’t exactly ultralight packers so it was slow going for us. The lake is beautiful with several nice places to camp. We stayed both Thursday and Friday nights and there were definitely a lot more people Friday night. We tried to hike up to Robin lake on Friday, but hit a snow field with a slope that appeared to drop off a cliff. It was beyond our comfort zone so we turned back, but we saw quite a few groups going up there so it’s doable. There is some scrambling involved. The trail is marked with cairns that we were able to find up until the point we turned around. Bring bug spray for sure.

Charlie M.
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HikingBlowdownBugsMuddyNo shadeRockyScrambleSnow

Both creek crossings are easy. Flowers after 2nd crossing are very fragrant and nice. Path down to the lake was more rooted and muddy. Lake was 10/10 today. After that it’s steep as can be to first false summit. The drop down after that has snow. I can see one wanting traction as it’s also very steep. Poles worked for me. Trail seems to dissolve into rocks a few times, paths here and there. Had a signal in that area so quick check and no worries. Very last push is pulling up secure enough hand/foot holes. Words cannot describe the view. It’s more like 12.5 RT, and gate is still closed by the cabins.

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