Adventurer | 200 pts
This is an awesome little hike. The trail guide lists this as a 2 mile hike round trip. Be warned most of the walk up is 30 degrees or more. We had rainy conditions for the hike with the sun playing hide and seek. The brilliant greens and the sun hitting the rain drops hanging on the leaves and needles was like walking through a forest of diamonds and jewels. Along the few level spots the trail pasted through mossy glades and huckleberry patches. We saw bear signs and very few signs of other hikers. The pay off is the summit which was used as a fire watch back in the day. You have a 360 degree view of Snoqualmie Pass, Keechelus Lake, Mt Rainier and all the surrounding peaks and ridges. This is a trail worth looking for, and a great hike.