Little Bandera Mountain

North Bend, Washington

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Bandera may be the most overlooked mountain in the Snoqualmie Pass region. Granite Mountain, Mount Defiance, and Mc Clellan Butte all get more traffic, though the climb to Bandera offers all the same great features you’ll find on those routes—with far fewer people to crowd you off the trail. Grand views, beautiful wildflowers, delicious berries, and a wonderful path through the wilderness await you here. Once on the ridge, the trail rolls up the spine through high alpine forest and across granite slopes to the summit of Little Bandera at 5050 feet, nearly 3.5 miles out.
Day Hiking: Snoqualmie Region

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Day Hiking: Snoqualmie Region

by Dan A. Nelson (The Mountaineers Books)

Bandera may be the most overlooked mountain in the Snoqualmie Pass region. Granite Mountain, Mount Defiance, and Mc Clellan Butte all get more traffic, though the climb to Bandera offers all the same great features you’ll find on those routes—with far fewer people to crowd you off the trail.

Grand views, beautiful wildflowers, delicious berries, and a wonderful path through the wilderness await you here. Once on the ridge, the trail rolls up the spine through high alpine forest and across granite slopes to the summit of Little Bandera at 5050 feet, nearly 3.5 miles out.

© 2014 Dan A. Nelson/The Mountaineers Books. All Rights Reserved.

Activity Type: Hiking
Nearby City: North Bend
Distance: 7
Elevation Gain: 2,850 feet
Trail Type: Out-and-back
Skill Level: Moderate to Difficult
Season: June–Oct
Features: Wildflowers
Accessibility: Dog-friendly
Local Contacts: Mount Baker–Snoqualmie National Forest, Snoqualmie Ranger District, North Bend office
Local Maps: Green Trails Bandera No. 206 and Snoqualmie Pass Gateway No. 207S
Driving Directions: Directions to Little Bandera Mountain

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