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We had a nice walk out to the boardwalk today. The end point was closed, but there was lots to see: 3 eagles, a group of seals, herrings, lots of ducks, Canadian geese and a pair of fat squirrels. Wish we had binoculars. Also, be sure to use some caution, the boardwalk was slippery in some places.

on June Lake Trail

hiking
snow
19 hours ago

Great snowshoeing today. It’s a pretty trail with a few great views of Mt St. Helens. The snow is packed and it seemed possible to do it without snowshoes but we wore them and saw endless footfalls deep into the snow the whole trail! So recommend snow shoes or skis. The waterfall is not frozen but it is all very pretty. The roads are clear. Park at snow park and about half mile walk on closed road gets you to trailhead.

A nice snowy walk along a river with gorgeous views. One sketchy spot where the trail is too narrow next to a drop off into the River. Glad to be wearing spikes.

Great day for this hike.. barely any snow.. And muddy here and there

snowshoeing
snow
21 hours ago

It was a beautiful bluebird day to do some quick snowshoeing at the summit. The snow conditions were really good with plenty of older powder to walk through but the trail itself was fairly packed and easy to traverse with snowshoes. There were a few folks braving it without snowshoes but they did a fair amount of post-holing so I’d definitely recommend you bring the right equipment. The trail was easy to navigate for the first two miles - after that the trail started becoming less defined as it looked like most folks turned around by then. We were running low on time and I forgot my map so we turned around at this point. Ultimately it was a great day in the mountains and we encountered plenty of dogs she feel free to bring the four-legged friends.

blowdown
snow
21 hours ago

10-12" of snow. had to park along the road. look forward to coming back.

Parked at Snoqualmie West and walked to NF Develipment Road 5800 just past I-90. Used microspikes the entire way which seemed better than how some were dealing with snow shoes. Sunk down about a foot in a few spots, but that is par for the course. The views were gorgeous and the falls were magical. Now for the serious part.... DO NOT GO DOWN TO THE FALLS UNPREPARED. DO NOT GO DOWN TO THE FALLS WITHOUT SOME SORT OF TRACTION ON YOUR FEET. We were behind a nice man and woman (I believe Japanese). The woman was wearing snow shoes and the man was wearing rubber soled boots without traction. At the last section to the falls, the woman began to slide sideways towards the dropoff to the creek below and fell down and continued to slide. The man with her was unable to help and also fell and began to slide. I was able to run ahead and basically use my spikes to anchor myself in place to stop both of them and got them to their feet. Please, please, please invest the money and educate yourself to protect you and your loved ones if you are going to venture into cold and icy environments. There were also others out there today in running shoes, this is not the trail for running shoes either.

snow
23 hours ago

absolutely beautiful and great day hike. good workout too

hiking
icy
muddy
snow
1 day ago

Icy, slushy, snowy. Slipped a few times even with snow grips.

hiking
icy
snow
1 day ago

I walked this loop from Kendall Yards to Sandifur Memorial Bridge and then along the river, two weeks ago and yesterday. Yesterday the trail had snow/ ice because of the recent snow fall. But still not hard to walk around and enjoy the views. Two weeks ago I saw two bald eagles. Yesterday I saw a Magpie! Fun walk with views of Downtown on the way back.

on Sandy Beach Trail

walking
muddy
1 day ago

hiking
muddy
1 day ago

Fun trail but definitely should be listed as moderate to hard, you are basically climbing rocks before you are reaching the top, do not do this trail unless you have the equipment to go up it. But other than that a great workout !

hiking
icy
snow
1 day ago

Started at 3:15pm. Ended a bit before 5:30pm. Trail is covered in snow with a bit of ice but not too bad. I used microspikes on the way up, and down, my boyfriend didn’t have any at all and he still managed with minor slipping. We both used poles which made it much easier. Only saw 3 people on our way up. Spent 15ish minutes at the top of the lookout, beautiful views of the skyline in all directions.

hiking
muddy
1 day ago

Fun little trail for a quick easy stroll.

hiking
muddy
1 day ago

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