Lake, located in the Norse Peak Wilderness
area, is a great
destination for day hikes or rides.
total of 5.8 miles from the Greenwater
trailhead to scenic Lost Lake this is a
wonderful late summer/ early fall hike or
– East on State Highway 410 from Enumclaw
20.3 miles to Greenwater Road #70. Left onto
FS Road #70 and follow 9.6 miles to trail
sign. Turn right onto Road #7033, the
trailhead is on the right side of road after
0.5 mile. Trailhead Facilities: Paved
parking area, 10 horse trailer parking, 20
vehicle parking spaces, and vault toilet.
Trail #1176 – Depart the trailhead and climb
along the Greenwater River through old
growth timber. Meet Lower Greenwater Lake
(also known as Meeker Lake) at mile point
1.7 and Upper Greenwater Lake at mile point
2.2. Just above Upper Greenwater Lake enter
the Norse Peak Wilderness. At mile point
3.2, the Greenwater Trail junctions with
Lost Lake Trail #1185. Head south (right) on
the Lost Lake Trail through old growth
forest. At 5.2 miles in Quinn Lake will be
seen to the north. Arrive at Lost Lake 5.8
miles from the start. Good campsites and
horse grazing areas are abundant near the
lake. Beyond Lost Lake the trail climbs from
Lost Lake through sub-alpine timber and open
country with views of the valley, Lost Lake
and the Cascade range to the north. At mile
point 5.1 is the junction with Noble Knob
Forest Pass is required for each
vehicle parked at the trailhead.
- No motorized
vehicles or bicycles allowed.
established rings for campfires.
Enumclaw and north:
Drive east on State Highway 410 from
Enumclaw 20.3 miles to Greenwater Road #70.
Then left (north) onto Road #70 and follow
9.6 miles to trail sign. Turn right onto
Road #7033, the trailhead is on the right
side of road after 0.5 mile.
Facilities: Paved parking area for hikers
and gravel area for stock use, 10 horse
trailer parking, 20 vehicle parking spaces,
and vault toilet.
Information on horse
trails, horse camps and camping and hiking paths for horseback riders and hikers on the
Trail #1176 from
Himes Camp to Lost
Lake via trail #1185 in the
Wilderness area of Snoqualmie National
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