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great place to hike went there while it was raining and had no problems going up or down..and with my 5 year old! :)

Did this loop with some friends in July. I want to do it again this month!!!

Totally worth the steep hike. The views were phenomenal, with a gorgeous field of wildflowers at summer-land and goats and snowy peaks at panhandle gap.

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22 days ago

Great little hike. About an hour to teeley from 251 post. road is fine for most vehicles until the final turn where it gets fairly unpassable for regular use vehicles. using these directions, you cam stop about .3 of a mile short of the trail head and not have any problems. Teeley lake and Granite are great. Not too many people passing through. Camping sites availible. Bring bugspray for spring-fall seasons.

A good hike. Little elevation change over the 4 mile trip to the lake so it is fairly easy. There are lots of flies if you choose to take the road back instead of the trail. It saves you some distance but there is less to see. The lake is nice and offers good views. Medium traffic on this hike and would suggest for easy going hikers. Road is well managed and trail head is well marked.

hiking
24 days ago

Mount Rainier is in view almost the entire way. the view at the end is worth it.

Amazing hike! Great view, well worth the hike. Only downside was being up that high with all the smoke was a little rough, definitely going back next year when it's not smoky.

just finished an out and back with our boy scouts, troop 222, had a great time good starter trail. views were great and trail in good shape. one small one over the trail but easy to get over. caught and released a couple fish. will go back and camp next time.