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The best of wetlands, mountain rainforests, old-growth forest and mountain views.


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Map Key

3.3

Miles

5.3

KM

Point to Point

2,466' 752 m

High

1,086' 331 m

Low

1,398' 426 m

Up

53' 16 m

Down

8%

Avg Grade (5°)

29%

Max Grade (16°)

Dogs Leashed

Features Birding · Fall Colors · Lake · Views · Waterfall · Wildflowers · Wildlife

Description

The trail starts out as a properly maintained path that quickly leads into forest/mountain terrain, perfect for those who want some challenge and beauty at the same time. The park operators have gone through extensive work to provide a trail that can withstand the traffic of a popular trail like Lake 22.

As you ascend higher into the mountain, you'll be sure to hear the flowing water coming from numerous waterfalls that are just beyond the trail. Once you reach the top of the mountain, the trees will open up to a pristine lake and incredible mountain views for you to enjoy. Feel free to walk around the lake and take in the amazing sights, sounds, and smells this lake has to offer.

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Justin S.

Trail Ratings

  4.5 from 76 votes

#14

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  4.5 from 76 votes
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in Washington

#14

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Lake 22
Apr 14, 2015 near Granite…, WA
Lake TwentyTwo surrounded by snow.
May 16, 2017 near Granite…, WA
Lake 22 Trail
Apr 23, 2015 near Granite…, WA
Charlie @ Lake 22
Apr 23, 2015 near Granite…, WA
Private pool?!?!  On the Lake TwentyTwo Trail
Apr 14, 2015 near Granite…, WA
Lake 22
Apr 14, 2015 near Granite…, WA

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Apr 10, 2024
Chloe Nick
5.4mi — 4h 00m
Dec 26, 2023
Chandler Gardiner
Yaktrax in winter
Oct 5, 2023
Garret Maier
Distance is longer than advertised. A large tree down requires a steep detour to get to the trail halfway up 4mi — 2h 06m
Jul 15, 2023
Beth N
May 11, 2023
Alex Cowan
5mi — 2h 36m
Feb 24, 2023
Michael Young
Jul 29, 2022
Alex Maietta
Jul 26, 2022
Daniel Shapiro
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