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Annette Lake

Jun 17, 2013

by alpengoat last modified Jun 18, 2013 07:41 AM
Type of Outing
Day hike
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Hike: Annette Lake
Region: Snoqualmie Pass -- Snoqualmie Pass
Agency: Mt. Baker Snoqualmie National Forest, Snoqualmie Ranger District
Trails: Annette Lake (#1019)
Avg Rating: 3.47
Why You Should Go Now
Wildflowers blooming
Be Aware Of
Water on trail
 Got to the trailhead around 10:30; there were 3 other cars there. The trail up is in good condition (though you can tell it's heavily used), a couple of blowdowns and creek crossings that are easily navigated. Wildflowers blooming along the trail, including -to my delight- glacier lillies. Some snow at the top, but didn't have any problems crossing in my trail runners. The snow was getting pretty soft in places, some postholing seen. The lake was beautiful, a waterfall on the far side. Nice spots to have some lunch. Crossing the logs, I stopped to watch some trout swimming below. Saw a couple of families on their way up as I headed down, and the lot was 1/2 full by the time I got back (1:30pm).

Overall, a nice hike for a weekday.

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