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Snoqualmie Pass Activities

Hiking

Snoqualmie Pass provides access to a number of trails including the Pacific Crest Trail, which stretches from Mexico to Canada. Several trailheads are located at the summit of Snoqualmie Pass. Others are located east and west of the pass just off highway Interstate 90.

Several popular hikes are listed below. For hike details, see the recommended books and guides to these and other nearby hikes to the right.

Some of the more popular hikes and trails:

Rachel Lake. 8 miles round trip; 1600' elevation gain; Mid-July thru October, high point, 4650 feet.

Alaska Lake. 11 miles round trip; 1600' elevation gain; Mid-July thru September; high point 4200 feet.

Kendall Katwalk. 10-1/2 miles round trip; 2700' elevation gain; Mid-July thru Mid-October; high point 5400 feet.

Red Pass. 10 miles round trip; 2700' elevation gain; Mid-July thru October; high point 5400 feet.

Snow Lake. 7 miles round trip; 1300' elevation gain; July thru October; high point 4400 feet.

Melakwa Lake. 9 miles round trip. 2300' elevation gain; Mid-July thru October; high point 4909 feet.

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Snoqualmie Pass Train Tunnel
The tracks are gone, but the railroad's right-of-way forms part of the popular 113-mile John Wayne Pioneer Trail for hiking, biking and horseback riding. In the winter the trail accommodates snowmobiles, dog sleds and cross country skiing. This 100 mile portion stretches from Cedar Falls near North Bend to the Columbia River near Vantage and is managed by the Iron Horse State Park.

Snow Lake by Washington Trail Association

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