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65
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1 - 38 mi
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51
Hiking
10
Backcountry Skiing & Snowboarding
45
Other activities
North Bend has 65 trails in the vicinity, including 51 hiking trails, 10 for backcountry skiing & snowboarding and 45 for other activities. These trails range from 1 to 38.9 miles in length. The longest trail in North Bend is John Wayne Pioneer Trail: North Bend to Lake Easton a well-known trail measuring 38.9 miles in total length. The most popular trails are Mount Si, Little Si and Otter Falls Trail. Trails.com member Mar T. recently completed Kendall Katwalk.
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One look at the parking lot midday on any summer weekend, and the obvious will jump out ...
Settlers heading for the Puget Sound lowlands had few route options: they could float ...
On a hot day, this natural water slide can send children out of their minds with glee. ...
Easy access, a short trail, camping, fishing, and proximity to other woodland lakes are ...
This wedge-shaped valley slices due north from the hustle and bustle of the interstate ...
Carved by glaciers, McClellan Butte is a prominent landmark along Interstate 90 between ...
A former road, now a trail, follows alongside the Taylor River to a waterfall, giving ...
Dense forest drapes the lower trail, keeping hikers cool on the hottest August afternoons. ...
Over a mile long with sparkling waters that re?ect stunning, stark walls, spiraling summits, ...
This is a paradise for kids! Standing beside the 70-foot falls on a warm day, children ...
Commonwealth Basin affords excellent views of the iron-rich flanks of Red Mountain, ...
This hike passes through some of the most beautiful mountain terrain in the easily accessible ...
These easy-to-reach lakes receive a lot of visitors every sunny summer weekend, but don’t ...
Crowds disappear once you are past Denny Creek’s waterfalls—the hordes thinning to a respectable ...
It all starts at Source Lake—the mighty Snoqualmie River flows from this humble pond. ...
A long, scenic hike up the enchanting Middle Fork Snoqualmie River to Dutch Miller Gap ...
Cedar Butte may be the least visited mountain in the Snoqualmie Pass corridor. The smallish ...
With multiple worthwhile destinations, this hike is really three trails in one—two difficult ...
The Middle Fork Snoqualmie Trail has ?nally been extended from the stout footbridge downstream ...
It seems impossible: Finding quiet solitude on a backcountry trail leading through ancient ...
Defiance is futile! This peak and its stunning views will amaze you. The long ridge spine ...
If you want to shed the crowds while still exploring the wonderful routes of the western ...
The path to Pratt Lake was once a braided super highway, at times more than 10 feet wide. ...
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