Thursday, April 18, 2019

Fagin's Hike of the Week- Rattlesnake Mt

This is a close in hike off of I-90 and just east of Hwy 18. It is the western part of Rattlesnake Mt. 
It is snow free the first 4 miles.

View of Mt. Si about 2 miles in
At 4 miles we had snow
Stats: Here is track to Grand Prospect which is total of 8 miles roundtrip with about 2000 foot gain.  That is where we first reached snow on 4-12-2019. It should be melting out as we move forward into Spring.

Take I-90 east to exit 27 then go right.
Go less than a mile to road end to Snoqualmie Point trail head.
You need Discover Pass.

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