Little Si

North Bend, Washington

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Under the shadow of its bigger brother, Little Si is so tiny, so close. Whether you need a quickie in the forest after a hard day at the office or an interesting walk with young children, Little Si is a perfect fit. Its accessibility to Seattle makes it more of an urban walk than a wilderness hike, and this popularity is reflected by a wide and beaten down track and a thirty-car parking area with a lot of turnover—and not of the pastry kind. Nevertheless, this is still a very pretty route to take, and views from the top are just as good as from Mount Si—and much less work!
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by Peter Stekel (Falcon Guides)

Under the shadow of its bigger brother, Little Si is so tiny, so close. Whether you need a quickie in the forest after a hard day at the office or an interesting walk with young children, Little Si is a perfect fit.

Its accessibility to Seattle makes it more of an urban walk than a wilderness hike, and this popularity is reflected by a wide and beaten down track and a thirty-car parking area with a lot of turnover—and not of the pastry kind. Nevertheless, this is still a very pretty route to take, and views from the top are just as good as from Mount Si—and much less work!

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Activity Type: Climbing, Hiking, Trail Running
Nearby City: North Bend
Distance: 3
Trail Type: Out-and-back
Skill Level: Easy
Duration: 2 hours
Season: Year-round
Accessibility: Dog-friendly
Local Contacts: Middle Fork Snoqualmie, www.midforcrocks.org. Mount Si, www.mountsi.com. Department of Natural Resources, South Puget Sound District, 950 Farman St. N, PO Box 68, Enum- claw, WA 98022-6381; (360) 825- 1631; southpuget.region@dnr .wa.gov.
Local Maps: USGS North Bend
Driving Directions: Directions to Little Si

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