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Granite Mountain Trail #1016

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 4.9 (25)

A beautiful run with stunning views!


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Map Key

2.8

Miles

4.4

KM

47%

Runnable

5,592' 1,704 m

High

2,532' 772 m

Low

3,060' 933 m

Up

0' 0 m

Down

21%

Avg Grade (12°)

48%

Max Grade (26°)

Dogs Unknown

Features Fall Colors · Views

Description

This run 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 run 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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Mark Davidson

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  4.9 from 25 votes

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Photos

Granite Mt fire lookout
May 5, 2015 near Riverbend, WA
Rainbow cloud over Rainier
Jun 4, 2018 near Riverbend, WA
Granite Mountain Lookout.
May 2, 2017 near Riverbend, WA
Granite Mountain is aptly named for its large scree field at top. Don't be fooled, this view takes 30-45 min on a nice day!
Jun 21, 2016 near Riverbend, WA
Exiting the forest
Jun 3, 2018 near Riverbend, WA
The trail down through the saddle of Granite Mountain.
Jul 28, 2017 near Riverbend, WA

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May 20, 2021
Jason Santos
Oct 15, 2017
Sitanshu Maheshwari
Friends are always the best
Jul 14, 2017
Andrea Scott
Sep 24, 2016
Sitanshu Maheshwari
Let's do it one more time with hope of getting success. 4mi — 1h 45m
Aug 24, 2016
Lori Andrews
May have made a wrong turn. We did not make it to the summit.