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Nature gives to every time and season some beauties of its own." - Charles Dickens

Middle Fork Trail, Summertime

Parent Category: Hiking
Created: 28 May 2019


Location:  Snoqualmie Region, Washington State.
Roundtrip:  24,9 miles
Difficulty:  Moderate
Elevation Gain:  200 feet
Highest Point:  1100 ft
GPS Coordinates:  N 47 32.877 W 121 32.231
Visitor’s Information:

 Dogs are allowed on a leash on the trail
 National Pass

Pictures below will take you along the Middle Fork Snoqualmie River Trail, North Bend Area.  Soak up the beauty of our beloved Washington State!

Middle Fork Trailhead

Middle Fork Trail starts at Middle Fork Trailhead. There is plenty of parking there. The trail used to attract lots of hikers, mountain bikers, and equestrians. Unfortunately,  it is currently CLOSED due to landslide activity in the area. A huge landslide destroyed a 200’ section of the trail. But hikers can take a short walk from the trailhead through the old growth forest and immerse in the peaceful atmosphere.

Middle Fork Trail

The best time for hiking is from spring through autumn. This 24,9-mile trail is quiet and moderately trafficked located in Snoqualmie Region, near North Bend. It leads along the Middle Fork Snoqualmie River to the Alpine Lakes Wilderness

It’s a great place to enjoy solitude and reconnect with nature. There are lots of fascinating towering mossy trees and dense vegetation on both sides of the trail. Shady Mt. Baker-Snoqualmie National Forest will make your hike more enjoyable.

The area also offers alternate routes such as Pratt River Trail and CCC Trail, Dingford Creek Trail, Snoqualmie Lake Trail located in North Bend Area

Enjoy the photo gallery below and be inspired by incredible Washington State’s beauty. 


These pictures were taken on July 27, 2017



Photo: Roman Khomlyak

Photo Editing: Juliana Voitsikhovska

Information: Olena Ukholova

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