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It was beautiful. Expect to see bikers and friendly people. It got to windy close to the top near the cliffs. Did not get to complete it. The beautiful views well worth it! Not to steep. g Great for a day hike.

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muddy
snow
18 hours ago

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muddy
18 hours ago

I take my daughter (18m) here often. We’ve only ever made the whole hike once but I don’t mind. It’s an easy space to get her out of the house. We watch the birds and a few bunnies sometimes while also gather rocks. Sometimes there are painted rocks along the trail we collect and then put back into the shelf near the sign in board.

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flooded
icy
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rocky
washed out
19 hours ago

Beware!! There must have been a windstorm or something that knocked down many trees that completely block the trail. Not small ones either. There is a humongous fallen tree that cannot be passed underneath and must be scrambled over. Extremely dangerous for children and those unsteady on their feet. The ranger station was closed by the time I finished so I was unable to make them aware. The trail should be closed in order for the dangers to be cleared

hiking
20 hours ago

Nice trail for an under the weather day.

Fun hike-snowed a good foot or so high up on the trail so that was fun.

hiking
22 hours ago

Great for a quick walk with small children

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bridge out
closed
muddy
off trail
snow
washed out
22 hours ago

January 16, 2020. Got to the trail about 10:30a.m. Total hike was 3.5 miles with stopping for views and some minor deviations. Trail is “closed” due to bridge being out. Bridge is just sagging to right side, fully able to cross on left side. Approximately 8’ wood plank bridge. Still solid and safe. 95% of trail is do-able with any skill level. Last 5% is semi off-trail depending if waterfall water level is high enough. I had to climb over a 8’-10’ of river packed with downed trees to get across to finish the loop. Was too difficult, just provides the risk of getting wet. Overall decent hike with good trails. You could stay on the “Main Loop” which is a paved path if you didn’t feel like going into the actually muddy trails.

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snow
23 hours ago

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23 hours ago

Kinda muddy today

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snow
23 hours ago

Did this hike starting at 23:00 hrs and ended at 02:50 hrs. It took place during the winter night of January 15th and ended the early morning of January 16th. Forecast of that day: - Snowy and windy Don't not attempt this hike based on the parameters I applied on this hike, unless you're experienced and have the right gear.

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1 day ago

Great little trail loop. Wide path paved with gravel. Easy walk with slight incline. Great short walk for the kiddos and dogs on leash. If you are looking for a quick short walk this is it. Takes me about 15-20 min at a dogs pace lol because he stops every few min.

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icy
snow
1 day ago

Pretty easy trailing through some snow and trees within the first two miles. Recommend gators for the top portion (last mile) because the snow levels are about 3-4 feet depending where you are. The exposed part of the trail gets windy and super chilly. Recommend a face buff, keeping your water bottle inside your pack to keep it from freezing and LOTS OF LAYERS. We did not use crampons, just waterproof boots. I stopped 1/4 miles from the summit due to snow up to my waist (I’m 5’6) and scary cliff drop off with high winds but my two friends did it which took an additional 45 minutes. Snow rolled in quick and a blizzard happened. Beautiful scenery but be prepared!

Very pleasant, flat, uncrowded trail with some nice views and excellent view to a roaring Snoqualmie Falls. Parking lot was nice. Trail was undermined by recent rains and needs repair in one area but still completely passable. Can extend by starting further west.

there is a tree blocking a trail.

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