Friday, February 7, 2014

Fagin's Hike of the Week- Kendall Peak Lakes

Updated 2-7-2014

This can be a good ski trip but with the lack of new snow recently this makes for a better snowshoe trip. In fact with the hard pack snow in the lower portions you can carry snowshoes for much of the time.

View on the way up looking towards the south
Clarie and Jerry waiting for Michael

There are some ski runs on the hills, not for me thou
George and Jerry walk on frozen upper lake

Driving directions: From Seattle take Interstate 90 over Snoqualmie Pass to exit 54. Exit I-90, turn left, and cross under the freeway to reach the Gold Creek Sno-Park.

Trail Stats: 9 miles roundtrip and 1700 foot gain.  Click here for Randy Oakley's route . Click here for description from Dan Nelson's book: "Snowshoe Routes Washington."

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