Rattlesnake Ledge

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  • Address: King County, Washington state, U.S., Seattle, United States
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The Rattlesnake Ridge, also referred to as the Rattlesnake Mountain or the Rattlesnake Ledge is basically a long, narrow hilltop that is situated towards south of North Bend in Washington. Rock-climbing and hiking are the most popular activities here. A challenging maze of deserted roads as well as maintained trails have been combined together to offer a 10.5 mile foot path to the Rattlesnake Lake trailhead near Exit 32 from Snoqualmie Point Trailhead. If you are looking for a great hiking or rock climbing opportunity while in Seattle, Rattlesnake Ridge would be the ideal place to visit.

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  • Rattlesnake Ledge Address: King County, Washington state, U.S., Seattle, United States
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  • 0.05% of people who visit Seattle include Rattlesnake Ledge in their plan

  • 95% of people start their Rattlesnake Ledge visit around 12 PM

  • People usually take around 30 Minutes to see Rattlesnake Ledge

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95% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Rattlesnake Ledge

People normally club together Snoqualmie Falls Ward and 5th Avenue Northeast while planning their visit to Rattlesnake Ledge.

* The facts given above are based on traveler data on TripHobo and might vary from the actual figures

Rattlesnake Ledge Reviews & Ratings

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  • It's an easy hike to the top, around 2 miles from the trailhead. But safety first: be careful to watch your steps on the trail, there are some rocky segments which are accident prone. I was here in mid July when it was bright and sunny outside. The lake at this time looks blue-green from the top, and the top gives you some gorgeous views of mountain slopes blanketed by conifers.

  • Awesome hike. Amazing view! Good intro for the kids. We took our 3 month old up and down, no problems. A lot of people on-trail during the weekday, so imagine it gets packed during the weekend.

  • Easy to go up and better for beginners... the trail was around 2.5 miles from the parking and once you reach the point, view is breath taking... fresh colg breeze and awesome experience

  • It was well worth the Climb. It is a strenuous path to accomplish, coming from a heavier body type, a person who doesn't work out. I seen alot of people going up, who were not aware of what they were getting themselves into. It is steep and rocky. But beautiful. The right tshirt, pants/shorts, and shoes and it will be a little more pleasant. I almost gave up. But the view was to good to let go, so I kept going. It took me nearly 2 hours to get up, it would be faster for someone in shape and better prepared. When you think you've brought enough water, BRING MORE. We love this place

  • Stunning... Good parking, a tad crowded along the trail, but nothing too bothering, and may likely depend on time and weather. Expect a long hike up.

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