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Kendall Katwalk, North Side, Snoqualmie National Forest, WA State
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Rainer and his dog Holly pause for a rest after hiking up to and crossing the Kendall Katwalk near Snoqualmie Pass, Washington. With 2,700 feet of elevation gain over 11 miles round trip it’s a long hike, but worth it. The Kendall Katwalk is a narrow trail blasted out of the face of a cliff. The views can be spectacular, if it’s not socked in with fog, and there are salmon berries and wildflower meadows on the way up.
Copyright: Bill edwards
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Uploaded: 02/08/2013
Updated: 02/07/2014
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Tags: cascades; hike; hiking; kendall katwalk; mountains; pacific crest trail; snoqualmie national forest; snoqualmie pass; washington
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