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Switchbacks. If you are in the mood for switchbacks, then this is the hike for you. It is fairly steep - probably a 10-15% grade. From November to April, you should be prepared for a bit of snow near the top of the trail. The...More
Magic mysterious Mountain.
An Indian legend talks about 2 young lovers who leaped off the Mt Si peak when they could not get married. A Great Eagle was sent by the Great Spirit to catch them and save them from death.
White foggy Clouds or...More
I was looking for a day trip from Seattle and found the hike recommended. Even on a wet November day, with all-day rain forecast, there were plenty of people making the two hour hike to the top (about 90 minutes to get back down). There's...More
This was a beautiful, tranquil, challenging hike. We didn’t make it to the overlook, but the hike was still worth every minute. There were lots of people hiking, but the trail still felt deserted. The forest is simply amazing!
Great, well maintained trail. You pass through several different microclimates on the way up. The view at the top is pretty spectacular. Very few people in the middle of the week. You need a park pass to use the trailhead parking area. One can be...More
I did this hike mainly because there is a transit shuttle that runs between Capitol hill link station and Mount Si (the service is called trailhead direct). This hike is an expert level with 3100 ft elevation gain in just 4 miles. the bus drops...More
Winter or Summer any time of the year you can have some nice views of Mt. Si in North Bend WA. Hike it or just take a quick photo this area has a lot of things you can do. You can go shopping downtown in...More
One of the most popular hikes in the Seattle area, this is a great choice if you’re looking to get some exercise without going too far from Seattle.
It’s 4.2 miles to the Snoqualmie Valley Overlook but it is the altitude gain that is challenging...More
Family and I took this hike while I was visiting them in Kirkland. I was not prepared physically or mentally--it's quite a climb! I made it to the top nonetheless. The views from the top were beautiful. Took this hike on a sunny October day,...More
Nice, strenuous hike. Good all year round although you might want micro spikes in the winter. The trail goes through forest the whole way and the view at the top is worthwhile. Go early in the morning if you want to avoid crowds.
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We had a car but noticed there was a bus route to North Bend. check out the bus lines for their schedules. you also could book a Twin Peaks tour or a hiking tour. We saw sign for various tour companies.