Mount Si

North Bend, Washington 98045

Mount Si

Mount Si Professional Review and Guide

"Well-maintained trails climb great switchbacks up the glacier-carved south side of Mount Si to reach stunning views at the top. The descent is somewhat technical and can be quite fast if there are not too many people and dogs on the trail. The intermediate to advanced trail runner will get a satisfying workout on this trail.

Since it’s an out-and-back trail, beginning runners can use this route for strengthening hill muscles, then turn around when they’ve had enough. This 4167-foot, haystack-shaped mountain juts out of the virtually flat basin and can be easily identified from Interstate 90 and many parts of the Snoqualmie Valley. You can point to the craggy peak of Mount Si from Interstate 90 and say to your friends, “I ran to the top!” The mountain was named for a settler, Josiah “Uncle Si” Merritt. Mount Si has the distinction of being one of the two most-climbed mountains in Washington, the other being Mount Rainier."

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great workout, very limited views along the way. Views from the summit are great.

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Trail Information

North Bend
Nearby City
3,250 feet
Elevation Gain
Trail Type
Moderate to Difficult
Skill Level
2.5 hours
Year-round, snow sometimes in winter
Department of Natural Resources
Local Contacts
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Jul 2018