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Little Si

Seattle + Tacoma Metro Area, Washington

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  • Looking toward Rattlesnake Ridge.- Little Si
  • Mount Si from Little Si.- Little Si
  • Rocky area at the top of Little Si.- Little Si
  • Lower level of Little Si.- Little Si
  • Steep cliff dropping off of Little Si.- Little Si
  • View toward Snoqualmie from Little Si.- Little Si
  • Viewpoint of Mount Si near the end of the trail to Little Si.- Little Si
  • Trees along the path.- Little Si
  • Old-growth trees along the path to Little Si.- Little Si
  • Frozen waterfall en route to Little Si.- Little Si
  • A walkway helps preserve the trail in the wet season.- Little Si
  • A boulder used for rock climbing.- Little Si
  • Open trail to Little Si.- Little Si
  • Rocky trail near the beginning of the route.- Little Si
  • - Little Si
Overview + Weather
Pros: 
Great views. Old-growth forest. Easy hike. Wide trail.
Cons: 
Crowded. Steep Cliffs.
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Region:
Seattle + Tacoma Metro Area, WA
Congestion: 
High
Pets allowed: 
Yes
Net Elevation Gain: 
1,030.00 ft (313.94 m)
Parking Pass: 
Washington Discovery Pass
Preferable Season(s):
Winter, Spring, Summer, Fall
Total Distance: 
4.20 mi (6.76 km)
Trail type: 
There-and-back
Trailhead Elevation: 
490.00 ft (149.35 m)
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Hike Description

Hike Description

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Right next to the huge Mount Si sits the aptly named smaller formation, Little Si. The trail leading up to this point is located in the North Bend area, and the hike features plenty of old-growth forest and great views toward Snoqualmie Pass.

There is a main parking lot and an overflow lot to accommodate the crowds that frequent this popular trail. The trail starts with a moderate slope, but it flattens out after a quarter of a mile. It remains mostly level until the last half mile of the hike. Hikers will notice some rocky sections in the first quarter mile. The trail wraps around a cliff face that is popular with rock climbers, and there are a few bridges and stream crossings. When the slope picks back up again, views of Mount Si emerge. At the end there is a large open area where you can enjoy views across the North Bend Area to Mount Washington and Snoqualmie Pass.

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