Puget Sound Area. I-90 at exit 47. This trail is one of the most spectacular in the Snoqualmie Pass area, with several waterfalls on Denny Creek, most notably Keekwulee Falls. We'll spend the weekend working on annual maintenance tasks (brushing, drainage and treadwork) along this trail.
In the Mount Baker-Snoqualmie National Forest, a hiker and leashed dog trail only. A total of 8.0 miles round-trip. This trail, bearing the ubiquitous Denny name, is one of the most spectacular in the Snoqualmie Pass area, with several waterfalls on Denny Creek, most notably Keekwulee Falls, providing the highlights. The trail turns up under I-90 and climbs gently, reaching Keekwulee Falls and Snowshoe Falls at 1.5 and 2 miles respectively. Hemlock Pass (elev. 4,800 ft.), at four miles, is a fine spot to rest. From here, it's only about a half-mile to Melakwa Lake (elevation gain 2,200 feet) and a three-mile walk to the west to the Pratt Lake Trail.
GPS coordinates are only approximate, please always use the written driving directions when trying to find a trail head