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Pratt River Trail #1035

Intermediate/Difficult
 3.6 (8)

A lovely trail along the Middle Fork and Pratt Rivers.


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12.2

Miles

19.7

KM

90%

Runnable

3,399' 1,036 m

High

1,040' 317 m

Low

2,849' 868 m

Up

745' 227 m

Down

6%

Avg Grade (3°)

33%

Max Grade (18°)

Dogs Leashed

Features Lake · River/Creek · Swimming · Views

Description

With the recently paved access road, a long riverside trail like this will become much more popular. The Pratt River Trail begins from the Middle Fork Trailhead. After crossing the famous wood bridge over the Middle Fork River, turn right for the Pratt River Trail (or left for the Middle Fork Trail #1003) The trail is generally smooth and flat as it follows first the Middle Fork and then the Pratt River. The trail gains elevation steeply at mile 10 as you finish your final push up to Pratt Lake.

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Shared By:

Vikram Sahney with improvements by Amy Holt

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  3.6 from 8 votes

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Mt. Garfield looms large over the bridge over the Middle Fork Snoqualmie River
Sep 4, 2018 near Tanner, WA
Looking towards the beautiful bridge over the Middle Fork River. Photo on Aug 9, 2016
Aug 9, 2016 near Tanner, WA
Beautiful bridge over the Middle Fork of the Snoqualmie River
Aug 19, 2016 near Tanner, WA

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Sep 3, 2018
Jordan Goldwarg
Trail became quite overgrown between Mile 3 and 4, but it was beautiful until then.
Jun 23, 2018
Anson Fatland
Ran/bushwhacked/navigated 7.9 miles out and back. Trail is very overgrown after about 4 miles. Looks for pink ties in the trees to stay the course. 16mi — 4h 00m
Oct 29, 2017
Matthew Pawelski
Trail is runnable 5 - 6 miles in and then gradually becomes a brushy, swampy, blowdown-ridden natural obstacle course. 19.8mi — 4h 50m
May 2, 2017
Ben Moritz
Trail is impassable after mile 5.5. Downed logs, washed out sections, overgrowth, etc. 5.7mi
Apr 9, 2017
Greg Gausewitz
Beautiful spot, but the trail was muddy and hard to follow after a few miles. It ended up being more like bush whacking that running/hiking. 12mi