Pratt River Connector & CCC Trails

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Backcountry Trail Run - Pratt River Connector Trail

Partly sunny weather forecast! Join us for a run in the Middle Fork along the river on the Pratt River Connector Trail. This trip, on a trail recently revamped by WTA, will be 6.5 miles with about 500 feet of elevation gain over the out and back, at a moderate pace of 12-15 minute/mile.

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COVID-19: Learn about our most up-to-date guidance for participants and leaders on our COVID-19 Response page. All participants and leaders must agree to the COVID-19 Code of Conduct before participating in this Mountaineers activity.
  • Easy
  • Moderate
  • Mileage: 6.5 mi
  • Elevation Gain: 200 ft

We'll meet at the Middle Fork Snoqualmie Trailhead Parking lot near the bathroom at 8:15 and try to get on our way by 8:20.  There is very little cell service past North Bend, so if you'd like to caravan into the Middle Fork, please reach out to the leader, and we can set up a place and time in North Bend to meet.  Please be mindful of the lower speed limits and wildlife on the roads in the Middle Fork and leave plenty of time to reach the trailhead, where there is no cell service.

This is a relatively flat and well-maintained trail where there are a few sections that are overgrown and will get your legs and feet a little wet.  We'll walk the few steep sections and pause for 5-10 minutes at the turn around at the confluence of the Pratt and Middle Fork rivers.  There is a chance that you might need microspikes--if so, the leader will communicate this a few days before the trip.

Please read and familiarize yourself with the COVID-19 Code of Conduct.  We will plan on doing our very best to wear masks at the meeting and gathering spots, and mind our distance, while staying together as a group.  

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Pratt River Connector & CCC Trails



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