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Very well maintained and well-marked trail not too far away from Seattle. Plenty of parking available at trailhead. steep in parts but nothing too strenuous. Muddy in spots. Plenty of trees and ferns. Continue on to Debbie’s Lookout. Total mileage on gps 6.6 with 1800 ft of gain.

hiking
icy
snow
1 day ago

Savage/Hard core winter hike to say the least, but well worth it!

Nothing too crazy, about 3” of snow up on top, weather was clear and temps were near 14°. Overall really enjoyed it

Went 12/6. Trail is nice, pretty forest, great to find so close to town. Steady incline the whole way.

The view at the top is breathtaking! Very brutal last quarter mile of the hike with very steep trails. Well worth it though!

our first hike in Washington. it was great. I recommend.

The initial loop is about 2.5 miles. Very easy but was quite muddy. Nice time for me and my dog.

hiking
1 day ago

The stats from my GPS recording were quite different than the listing on here. Curious if anyone else finds the same. The trails says 2.3 miles but my recording from the app said 3.4! The elevation gain was also more on my recording. Nice hike, not too many people. The views some have shared pictures of are not visible from this exact trail, you have to go farther to see them.

Even tho it was overcast this was a very nice trail. I went counter clockwise to try to avoid the rapid incline. Very peaceful setting on the early December day. Highly recommend this trail. If the sun was out the view point of Mt Rainer would’ve been just amazing!

I was really excited to hike this area with my dog! I went clockwise and stayed on the centennial trail for a while. I found the trail that was supposed to loop around and hiked up to the top of a steep hill feeling quite proud of myself! THEN I noticed a coyote on the trail. It barked at us and I tried to make loud noises to scare it. Nothing worked. Then I heard a gal from down in the equestrian park holler up “you’ve got to get out of there! Another one is circling behind you!” SCARY!!! We hiked out of there and back to the parking lot as fast as we could!

hiking
over grown
1 day ago

I started at the Satsop Lake trail head, the trails good to the lake. At the lake the trail is over grow and hard to find in places. After the lake the trails real easy to follow all the way to the east trail head. A couple of blow downs, but easy to go under.

hiking
icy
muddy
1 day ago

hiking
1 day ago

Attempted to do but road is blocked off.

Such a beautiful spot for an easy walk with amazing views.

Beautiful day, no wind, no rain & saw 8 hikers total !

Good climber hike with great forest trails, views were only ok blocked by a lot of trees. Overall nice hike

Training V1

hiking
icy
snow
1 day ago

Got to the trail at 8am. Steep trail but a great workout. Some snow and ice when we got a little closer to the lake but we were fine with our hiking boots. Dog friendly trail.

walking
no shade
rocky
1 day ago

Took a nice walk on what I believe to be part of what once was part of old highway 8. The part I walked ran parallel to highway 14 except you're much higher than the highway. Beautiful view of the river the entire way. Even got to sit and watch a bald eagle.

This trail is for sure under rated. It’s a shame that it’s less than 4 stars, especially for an eastern Washington hike. The trail is hard to follow, but as mentioned in the previous review, if you have your AllTrails app on and are keeping an eye on the GPS it’s all good. Weather was great when we went.... it was cold but there was no wind and the clouds made for an awesome view. You can see the twin sisters basalt rock formation across the river for almost the entire hike as well. When I went in February, the road was closed before the trailhead as mentioned in the trail description, but when I went back on Thanksgiving it was open. Enjoy!

hiking
icy
snow
2 days ago

The road up wasn’t bad at all. The trail gets icy about 3/4 of a mile up so bring micro spikes or crampons. When up to climb the falls but they are all covered by snow at the end of the trail. Also word of warning the weather this time of year can change quickly there were white our conditions for a solid 45mins to a hour. Make sure you prepare. Other then the wash on some ice climbing good day all in all.

Great trail for running or just getting a quick and quiet escape.

hiking
icy
snow
2 days ago

Road to trailhead is suitable for all vehicles, no snow or ice today. Vault toilet is open. Trail is in good condition, with a few short stretches of icy compact snow along the way. The lake was partially frozen with minimal snow. Nice hike!

hiking
2 days ago

Thurs 12/5: FR 9030 / Mason Lake Rd / FR 9031 was CLOSED. Not sure why or when it will reopen.

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