Rattlesnake Traverse – 11-22-2012

You won’t find better views anywhere else this close to Seattle. Rattlesnake Ledge is a monolithic block of rock on the eastern end of Rattlesnake Ridge, towering high over the cool waters of Rattlesnake Lake and the Snoqualmie River valley.

Rattlesnake Traverse – 11-22-2012 (Fullscreen Slideshow)

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Thanksgiving Day hike traversing Rattlesnake Mountain. This is a traditional “turkey earner” hike for my Mountaineers friends and I.

Participants include Nicole Hansen, Tom and Lisa.

Reference: Green Trails Rattlesnake Mountain/Upper Snoqualmie Valley No. 205S. Day Hiking: Snoqualmie Region, by Dan A. Nelson and Alan L. Bauer, No. 20 Rattlesnake Ledge.

Driving Directions
From Seattle drive 32 miles east on I-90 to exit 32 (436th Avenue SE). Turn right (south) on 436th Avenue SE (Cedar Falls Road SE) and drive about 4 miles to the well-developed Rattlesnake Lake parking area on the right.
Trailhead GPS coordinates (47.4335,-121.7675)
Discover Pass required.

Hiking Stats:
10.6 miles, 3245 ft. gain, 5 hrs 28 min.

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