Kendall: Knobs, Lakes & Loops

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Intermediate Snowshoe - Kendall: Knobs, Lakes & Loops

Kendall Peak Lakes

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  • Moderate, Easy+
  • Mileage: 9.0 mi
  • Elevation Gain: 1,700 ft
7:00 AM at See Notes
The destination was changed from Snoqualmie Mountain to Kendall Peak Lakes due to high avy conditions.

ROUTE: We will take the route from Commonwealth Basin rather than via the road up from Hyak

DIFFICULTY: This will be a strenuous trip due to the ton of snow that has recently fallen.


GEAR:
Ice Axe - Not required if you bring ski poles.
Snowshoes – Required. Bigger the better.
Avalanche Beacon - Required.
Avalanche Shovel - Required.
Avalanche Probe - Required.

MEETING PLACE / TIME: We will meet at precisely 7:00 AM at the Tibbetts Valley Park Park and Ride at SR-900 & Newport Way in Issaquah. This is the P&R; south and across the street from the parking garage which is being built at the Issaquah Park and Ride. Directions to Park and Ride Look for me by my red Dodge Caravan. Call me on my cell phone if you will be more than 10 minutes late and don't want us to leave without you. 425-442-6411.

ESTIMATED RETURN TIME: We should be back by 5 PM. Avalanche Center: www.nwac.us/products/SABSEA
Route/Place

Kendall: Knobs, Lakes & Loops



  • Green Trails Snoqualmie Pass No. 207

    Green Trails Snoqualmie Pass Gateway No. 207S

    USGS Snoqualmie Pass
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