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Granite Mountain Trail

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Length

3.7 Miles 5.9 Kilometers


Elevation

3,720' 1,134 m

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Descent

19%

Avg Grade (11°)

47%

Max Grade (25°)

5,602' 1,707 m

High

1,882' 574 m

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Conditions


Minor Issues 20 days ago
Mostly Dry - Dry for the majority of the trail, the last quarter is in snow tho so a pole is recommended but not required. History

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A beautiful hike with stunning views!

Mark Davidson

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This hike provides amazing views of Snoqualmie Pass as well as Mt. Rainier, Mt. Adams, and Mt Stuart. It is fairly long and steep, and there isn't any water along the trail, so be sure to bring plenty along.

The hike is steep and very exposed, so it is best done in the spring and fall.

Start out at the Pratt Lake Trailhead and continue on the trail for a little over a mile until you come to a junction. Follow the sign to Granite Mountain.

There is one toilet available at the trailhead. Be sure to get to the parking lot early since this is a popular trail.

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Jun 2, 2018
Rickey Leachman
7.7mi
Jun 2, 2018
Calan Simpson
Good trail, bring poles for top quarter tho. Beautiful biews 3.7mi
May 12, 2018
A. John Callegari
amazing 360 deg mountain views from the top! great views of Rainier. snow covered for last ~mile. used microspikes 8mi — 4h 30m
Feb 10, 2018
Matt Coleman
Sep 29, 2017
Michael Jarvis
Aug 16, 2017
Shelly P
Hiked up, ran down
Aug 12, 2017
Phil Kwon
Aug 10, 2017
Jeremy Hiking WA

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  4.8 from 11 votes

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#105

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