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Very scary if you are going alone. Its hard to find confidence to go alone in those woods. Mail trails are good to walk but if you planning to get into small trails then Wear long sleeve shirts and full length pants else u will end up getting scratches getting thought bushes alone the trail.
U might have to carry water and bug spray. Not sure of wild animals, no sign boards about it. Better to keep pepper spray handy. Not a place to go alone for female.

Beautiful trees to look at, crisp air and a well maintained trail.

Please add paved as a tag and in the description. Goes through some suburban backyards.

Fun and long

Caught the trail in Snoqualmie Ridge behind Tanner Jeans Field/Azalea Park. About halfway down the trail you can continue down the hill to catch the Preston Snoqualmie trail, or stay on the main trail which takes you to eagle lake in Snoqualmie Ridge. We took the trail to catch the Preston-Snoqualmie Trail to see Snoqualmie Falls. Unfortunately there is NO VIEW of the falls. I did this hike 4 years ago and saw the falls (and a black bear!)The trees have grown too tall and too leafy to see the falls. There is a Porta-Potty at the end of the Trail by the "viewpoint". Still it was a pretty 4 mile round trip hike.

mountain biking
Monday, July 04, 2016

Good Tokyo drift and pink something lots of fan and down hill.

mountain biking
Saturday, July 02, 2016

It was a god day taking some time to the top and involve down hill mountain biking

mountain biking
Saturday, July 02, 2016

6/26/16: awesome. golden spike was a little overgrown and muddy, but super fun. outback in great shape.

Floating the Snoqualmie River is one the most joyous experiences you'll have if you do it on a hot day with good friends. I organized a river float with 12 friends back in the summer of 2010. While we were on it, one of my friends said it was one of the most peaceful experiences he'd ever had. It's difficult to overstate how much fun this experience is.

You can rent tubes but I recommend just buying your own. Tubes can be had at 18 wheeler truck supply stores in South Seattle (google a bit). Buy one small raft to hold your cooler of beer. There are a couple rope swings you cna hit on your way down.

Be careful where you put in as there are sometimes rangers writing tickets for not having enough life jackets. Also be careful of how much alcohol people consume (as you are on a river).

Most importantly, enjoy.

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