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Shifter59Route Climbed: Old Si Trail Date Climbed: July 24, 202  Sucess!


Overcast day in North Bend all day, however around the two mile marker I started to get above the haze. Started at just before 8:30 am, Climbing by myself, summit was reached in just under 2 hours. Descend was cut to an hour and a half. I didn't opt to scramble the Haystack but now wish that I would have. Oh well there's always next time. Great hike and most hikers train here for climbing Rainer. Great elevation gain and definite leg burner. Great day overall, awesome views of Mt. Rainer! David Stamets
Posted Jul 25, 2002 3:23 pm

ClimbLerRoute Climbed: new trail route Date Climbed: January 2002  Sucess!
A good hike, but bad trail conditions. a thin layer of ice coated the trail for the last few miles. making progress nearly impossible without a solid sole and hard toe to kick steps with. unfortunatly the ever lasting crowds presented themselves in large groups falling all over the trail. lots of soft soled tennis shoes and blue jeans. not a good idea in the winter, but a good day hike to say the least.
Posted Jun 25, 2002 11:06 am

ClimbLerRoute Climbed: New Trail route Date Climbed: August 2001  Sucess!
A good day hike with good verticle gain. though the crowds are a dissappointment. Up from base to summit in about 2 1/2 hours. an awesome view from the summit revieling 360 degrees of clear skies with Rainier to the south.
Posted Jun 25, 2002 10:57 am

mntnrmichaelRoute Climbed: Main Trail Date Climbed: June  Sucess!


A wonderful day hike, it was cool and cloudy so the view was poor.
Posted Apr 9, 2002 12:10 pm

darinchadwickRoute Climbed: Trail Date Climbed: Alot  Sucess!


Used to live in Fall City WA. This is the best training facility for mountaineering in the Cascades.
Posted Mar 29, 2002 5:29 am

HonkeydongRoute Climbed: east trail (main?) Date Climbed: c. 1995  Sucess!


This was a great training run with 50lbs. of water in my old Lowe pack. I ditched it at the base of the haystack and scrambled to the to top and was rewarded with sweeping panoramas of clearcuts and the I-90. Oh well. I did it on a regular basis for a while when I lived in Seattle. Once, I went up in a light mist, and just above the 3650 signpost the sky cracked open and pissed buckets on me. I limped back to the car nearly hypothermic.
Posted Feb 12, 2002 8:03 pm

scot'teryxRoute Climbed: Old Si Trail Date Climbed: 1/29/02  Sucess!


Started at 10am after awful conditions on the roads up North. Reached the summit base at 1230 and tried to do the snowshoe traverse to Mt Teneriffe but went in a circle due to following other tracks. So we then decided to give the Haystack a shot since we made it to the saddle on New Years with good snow conditions, but this time it was uncosolidated snow with some debris flow on the 40-60 degree slope. Turned around and made our way back down the old trail. no visibility the whole day, but not much precip, so we were happy.
Posted Jan 31, 2002 12:10 pm

CharlieRoute Climbed: Standard Trail Date Climbed: 8/13/00  Sucess!


I love this hike. Four miles and 3000 feel of elevation gain. This is wonderful training. At the top we could see all the way to Seattle.
Posted Jan 24, 2002 6:36 pm

scot'teryxRoute Climbed: Main Trail Date Climbed: 11/22/01  Sucess!


Started kind of early at 730am with a large group for an "appetite builder" hike for T-Day. It has been along time since I took the regular trail since I enjoy the old trail by Little Si much more. It was wet, kinda wet, and really wet the whole time. New blow down within the first mile. Reached the summit at 9am to have a sandwich and head back down.
Posted Dec 7, 2001 2:25 pm

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