Pratt Lake Trail

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Alpine Scramble - Pratt Lake Trail

Pratt 5099

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  • Technical 3, Strenuous 3
  • Mileage: 11.0 mi
  • Elevation Gain: 3,300 ft
7:30 AM at Issaquah Transit Center, 1050 17th Avenue NW, on the NE corner of garage on the first floor.
Join me for a day in the snow as we head up Pratt Mountain. We will hike the Pratt Lake trail to Olallie Lake then head uphill catching the SE ridge and taking that to the summit. We'll stay together the entire time.

Gear: Required Snowshoes, Ice Ax (though you may not even need to use the ax), and helmet. Microspikes and treking poles are optional, but may come in handy.

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(photo by "Matt" on nwhikers.net-Updated with peak names and approximate route that we will be taking.


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Driving Directions:From Issaquah drive east on I-90 to exit 47 (Asahel Curtis/Denny Creek). Turn left cross over the freeway, turn left again at the T, and drive to the nearby Pratt Lake-Granite Mountain parking area. NWFP required for each car. Elevation 1860'

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Pratt Lake Trail


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