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Granite Mountain - Winter

Snoqualmie Region > Snoqualmie Pass
47.3979, -121.4878 Map & Directions
Elevation Gain
3750 feet
Highest Point
5629 feet
  • Mountain views
  • Summits

The Granite Mountain trail is one of Washington's most popular in summer. But in winter, the route crosses an avalanche chute and is extremely dangerous when snow is present. Continue reading

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Hiking Granite Mountain - Winter

The Granite Mountain trail is one of Washington's most popular. In summer, it's a thigh-burning trek up a steep, switchbacked trail to excellent views of the Snoqualmie Valley, but in winter, the route crosses an avalanche chute and is extremely dangerous when snow is present. 

Granite Mountain - Winter

Map & Directions

Trailhead
Co-ordinates: 47.3979, -121.4878 Open in Google Maps

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Trailhead

Snoqualmie Region > Snoqualmie Pass

Granite Mountain (#1016)

Mt. Baker-Snoqualmie National Forest, Snoqualmie Ranger District

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Granite Mountain - Winter

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