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Middle Fork Trail, King County, Washington

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Other trails near Middle Fork Trail, King County, Washington:

   Annette Lake Trail, King County, 7 miles away
       4.6 hiking miles, 1906 feet elevation difference

   Pratt Lake Trail, King County, 7 miles away
       8 hiking miles, 2378 feet elevation difference

   Mount Defiance Trail, King County, 10 miles away
       13.2 hiking miles, 1672 feet elevation difference

   Pacific Crest Trail - section 25, overlapping County, 11 miles away
      119.9 hiking miles, 3706 feet elevation difference
Roundtrip Distance 17.4 miles
Elevation Gain 2...


   Cooper Pass Trail, Kittitas County, 13 miles away
      4.9 hiking miles, 515 feet elevation difference

   Snowshoe Butte Trail, King County, 14 miles away
      1.5 hiking miles, 1588 feet elevation difference


Campgrounds near Middle Fork Trail, King County, Washington:

   Commonwealth Campground, King County, 3 miles away

   West Fork Campground, King County, 8 miles away

   Miller River - Mount Baker-Snoqualmie National Forests, Mountlake Terrace, 9 miles away

   Money Creek - Mount Baker-Snoqualmie National Forests, Mountlake Terrace, 11 miles away

   Crystal Springs Campground, Kittitas County, 11 miles away

   Foss River Campground, King County, 12 miles away

   Kachess Campground, Kittitas County, 14 miles away

   Deception Creek Campground, King County, 18 miles away


Paddling Rivers Near Middle Fork Trail, King County, Washington:

   Dingford Creek, KingCounty, 1 miles away
      Class V+ - 1.3 miles long (Goat Creek to Middle Fork Snoqualmie)

   Snoqualmie River - Middle Fork, KingCounty, 2 miles away
      Class IV - 10.3 miles long (Burnboot Creek to Taylor River)

   Snoqualmie River - South Fork, KingCounty, 4 miles away
      Class IV-V - 1.5 miles long (I-90 Exit 52 to Denny Creek Campground)

   Snoqualmie River - Middle Fork, KingCounty, 4 miles away
      Class V - 4 miles long (Hardscrabble Creek to Burnboot Creek)


Public Lands Near Middle Fork Trail, King County, Washington:

   Mount Rainier National Park, Ashford - WA, 53 miles away

   Olallie State Park, Washington, 16 miles away

   Lake Easton State Park, Washington, 19 miles away

   Mount Baker-Snoqualmie National Forest, Washington, 21 miles away

   Wallace Falls State Park, Washington, 24 miles away

   Federation Forest State Park, Washington, 25 miles away


Lakes Near Middle Fork Trail, King County, Washington:

   Lunker Lake, King County, 2 miles away

   Lake Pugsley, King County, 4 miles away

   Olallie Lake, King County, 7 miles away

   Spectacle Lake, Kittitas County, 10 miles away

   Bonnie Lake, King County, 11 miles away

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