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Saturday 16
Wallace Falls   5.5 miles R/T,   1,200 feet elevation gain. Moderate hike
 The three-tiered falls is one of the state's premier lowland falls (ranking with Snoqualmie and Palouse Falls) and is accessible most of the year. Lower Wallace Falls is arguably the most photographic; Middle Falls the most spectacular;
Appointment at 10:00 at the parking lot, 15 min.waiting time
Driving time around 1 hr
A Discover Pass is required
Take Hwy 2 to Gold Bar. Just before milepost 28, turn left onto 1st Street (signed for Wallace Falls State Park). Proceed for 0.4 mile to a four-way stop. Turn right onto May Creek Road and continue for 1.5 miles to Wallace Falls State Park and the trailhead.

Ciao Edmondo
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Saturday June 9
Lake 22,   5.5 miles R/T 1350 feet elevation gain.Moderate hikePerched in a spectacular basin at the base of Mount Pilchuck's sheer northern face, sparkling Lake Twentytwo is a stunning sight. But there's more to this popular hike than the picturesque lake and its backdrop of waterfalls and avalanche chutes. For much of the way the well-constructed trail follows cascading Twentytwo Creek through an exemplary ancient forest of gargantuan cedars.
Be prepared snow at the lake
Appointment at 9:30 at the Verlot Public Service,
Northwest Forest Pass is required
Take Hwy 9 north turn right on Hwy 92 toward Granite Falls,at the end of the town turn left on Mountain Loop Hwy,follow the road for 12 miles to Verlot Public Service         33515 Mt. Loop Hwy.  Granite Falls WA.
Ciao Edmondo
Please  confirm by Friday night if you are coming and
check your e  mail Saturday morning in case of an emergency change.
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