Mountaineers hike up Little Si.
Participants include Nicole Hansen (leader), Diane Reincke, John Kooch, Mizuho Naka, Pascale Lhoumier, Kirt Lenard, Narendran Sivasubramanian, Ming Rutar, and Wendy Williams.
- Green Trails Mount Si NRCA, No 206S.
- Day Hiking: Snoqualmie Region, by Dan A. Nelson and Alan L. Bauer, No. 24 Little Si
Rock climbers use the first half of this trail to get to the rock faces on the east end of Little Si. Hikers use the full trail to sweep around the west end and climb the tall knob on the easier (though still a bit rocky) route. Like its big sibling, Mount Si, Little Si offers phenomenal views of the Upper Snoqualmie Valley after a nice hike through forests and over rocks. The trail is steep initially, then mellow, then steep again as it scrambles straight up the northern spine to the 1576-foot summit.
From Seattle drive east on I-90 to exit 32 (436th Avenue SE). Turn left (north) over the freeway and drive 0.5 mile to North Bend Way. Turn left (west), and in 0.25 mile turn right (north) on Mount Si Road. Shortly after crossing the bridge, the road banks right. Just after this curve, look for a paved parking area on the left side of the road (if you get to the intersection with 444th Avenue SE, you’ve gone too far).
Trailhead GPS coordinates (47.488441,-121.756096)
Discover Pass required.
3.97 miles, 1113 ft. gain, 2 hrs 51 min.