Explore the most popular trails near North Bend with hand-curated trail maps and driving directions as well as detailed reviews and photos from hikers, campers and nature lovers like you.

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hiking
1 day ago

Beautiful and well maintained trail. Definitely a challenge that was well worth the accomplishment. There was a good amount of snow at the top and there wasn't much of a view due to the weather, but still worth it! Also protect your food, those birds at the top were food snatchers!

hiking
1 day ago

Snow at the top! Bring your yak trax!

I’ve done this hike many times and I have reviewed it once before- however, I went today 1/20/18, and it was the best experience on this trail I’ve had. Started out very rainy and cold but the trail was clear of any impassable run offs or standing water. Once I got to the ledge it was all snowy. I ended up unpacking my microspikes so I could get a better view safely. Was gorgeous and since I went early enough, the ledge wasn’t packed like it normally is on a later spring morning.

This is such an awesome hike! Only took about an hour to get to the ledge and I was going at a pretty leisurely pace. The trail continues on up the mountain if you’re looking for a longer hike. The trails are very well maintained and the view at the ledge is amazing, especially for how quick the hike is. There were a lot of people on the trail when I went this morning. There isn’t any snow right now until you reach the ledge, and there isn’t a ton even at that point. It’s very accessible.

Very nice trail with lots of snow as you get close to the top

Beautiful, lots of fun. Fresh snow. Birds up top are a little vicious, guard your food.

hiking
2 days ago

Fairly well trafficked trail by families, dogs and hikers of all ages,shape and size. It’s a rocky well maintained trail that’s a bit muddy. But the mud is to be expected on a January rainy day. If you forget your Discover pass you can buy a day pass at the trail head with cash or at the Ace Hardware that’s 10mins before the trail.

The waterfall was definitely a rewarding site to see. Through a little sleet, rain and dry spells, we enjoyed this hike. Most of it was well marked until we missed a new (?) section that was hardly a trail. The GPS on the AllTrails app put us back on the trail when we missed it. It was also confusing how to complete the loop and get on the Tenerife Falls Trail, so we came back the way we went up on Talus Loop Trail. It was still a long, beautiful hike.

GREAT hike and such a payoff at the top!

The hike isn't too bad until the last mile. The last mile killed me, haha. There was a bit of snow at the end and spikes help but you don't NEED them. I would definitely suggest going pretty early though because it gets pretty crowded later in the day.

hiking
6 days ago

It was supposed to be a rainy day today, but to my surprise the sun was out and shining. The top was beautiful and totally worth the burn. I'm not in that good of shape so this hike pushed me pretty hard. Definitely wear comfy hiking shoes that can handle the rocky and muddy terrain. Going down was rough on my knees (didn't use sticks). The views at the top are breathtaking. No matter where you look - it's gorgeous.

avoid starting on the lower trailhead. The climb up the ridge to the upper trailhead is very steep and easy to lose the trail, at least at this time of year. Bring snowshoes for the upper forest road and microspikes for the trail. Really nice forest to hike through!

on Mount Si Trail

hiking
7 days ago

When I hike, I like a challenge, followed by a big payoff. I wasn't thinking this morning and skipped breakfast, so by the time I reached the top I was exhausted. Took about 2.25 hours, but the payoff was incredible. 360 degree views of snow capped peaks, rivers, and the valley. Going down took about 1.5 hours. Sunset was at 4:45, we left the top at 3:45, and we were able to hike without headlamps til about 5:05. The trail was wet, running with water for the first mile, then dry the rest of the way up. A quarter mile or less from the top, the wind was blowing like crazy, and the temp was freezing. I wore a light jacket and wished I had gloves, but only at the top.

on Annette Lake Trail

7 days ago

super fun hike! I would highly recommend microspikes and maybe some trekking poles, they really helped as the snow was soft and there was a lot of icy spots. Beautiful lake at the end though!!

Definitely a intense hike, tried to do a sunrise but took longer than planned to get to the top. Went up new trail and down old. And boy are my knees sore from going down old trail! Fair warning!
But the view at the top! Well worth it! No need for spikes at the moment.

hiking
7 days ago

This is an awesome hike, got to be bit careful while walking in the ledges 2-3 are really steep and bit icy. Would suggest either snowshoes or crampons. But the frozen alpine lake is a cool reward at the top

hiking
7 days ago

Pretty hard trail: it’s steep and there isn’t much to be distracted by on the way up. However, the 360-degree views of the Cascade and Olympic ranges, Seattle, Bellevue, Mt. Rainer, and surrounding communities make it well worth it. Extremely windy at the summit, but definitely manageable.

hiking
7 days ago

The trail itself was very well maintained. It was a nice quiet forest setting most of the way. The final viewpoint was pretty, but kind of anticlimactic. I kept walking, assuming it got better, but the trail ended at some clear-cutting and a washed out trail blocked by fallen trees. No snow, except for some packed slush at the viewpoint.

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