Kaleetan Lake

Kaleetan Lake is a moderate to strenuous backpack of 22 miles with 5,100 feet of gain.

Kaleetan is a good sized alpine lake siting in a basin underneath Kaleetan Peak. The lake is within the Alpine Lakes Wilderness. Despite its remote location the TH is within easy driving distance from Seattle. The Pratt Lake Trail Head is the starting point to Kaleetan Lake. This TH is located off I-90 at exit 47, Deny Creek/Asahel Curtis. Most hikers do not travel beyond Olallie or Pratt lake, so Kaleetan should not be crowded. The further one travels on this route the more solitude one achieves. Primarily, the trail winds through forest passing by Pratt Lake, Lower Tuscohatchie Lake, and Windy Lake.

  • Difficulty: Moderate/Strenuous
  • Length: 22.0 mi
  • Elevation Gain: 5,100 ft
  • Green Trails Snoqualmie Pass Gateway No. 207S
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    47.397819, -121.486533
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    47.466441, -121.495024
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