Mountaineers day hike across Rattlesnake Mountain. Rain all day – hiked the entire trek underneath an umbrella.
Participants include Nicole Hansen (leader), Leslie Ferguson, Elliot Krivenko, Sherry Kytonen, Evan Moses, and Lucinda Rowley.
- 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
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.
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.
11.13 miles, 3128 ft. gain, 5 hrs 43 min.