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Hiked May 14, 2017

Type of Hike

Day hike

Trail Conditions

Trail in good condition

Road

Road suitable for all vehicles

Bugs

Bugs were not too bad

Snow

Snow free

We headed up the Chuckanut Ridge trail to the viewpoint on Cleator Road, then made our way back to the car by way of the Rock Trail and South Lost Lake Trails. The way up along the ridge trail was a nice leg-stretcher but on an overcast day probably does not deserve the "five star" rating.

Things got a lot more interesting at the viewpoint, however, thanks to Bean Curd the Hiking Pig (pictured). Never seen a hiking pig before? Let me tell you, you're missing out.

The way back down via the Rock Trail was pretty incredible, this was my first time experiencing this WTA project first-hand and it is truly impressive! Hard hats off to the countless WTA volunteers, staffers and partners who worked so hard to create this beautiful trail.

Comments

bhweiler on Chuckanut Ridge Trail, Rock Trail, South Lost Lake Trail

As part of the hiking party to this trip report - I cannot recommend more making the Chuckanut Ridge Trail a loop by way of the Rock Trail and South Lost Lake trails (or vice versa) - truly much more dimensional!!

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bhweiler on May 15, 2017 05:48 PM