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Marmot Pass - Upper Big Quilcene - Buckhorn Mtn

Snohomish County Hiking Group
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Jun 17 6:00AM - 7:00PM

Are you looking for a challenge so early in the season? Join me on a long steady climb that gains roughly 3600 feet in just 5.7 miles each way. Another 900 feet gain in one mile is no extra charge. This hike is DIFFICULT and a long drive so please be aware of your abilities before signing up for this adventure. Please READ both hike links below before you commit. Thank you!!

We are meeting at the Ash Ways Park and ride at 6am, so maybe arrive a few minutes early. We are leaving at 6:15 with or without you as we are catching the 7:10 ferry from Edmonds.

If you want to park in the Edmonds area and walk aboard I would need to know ahead of time as to make sure we have seats in the vehicles. You will need to provide a cell phone number with this option.

The roads are in great shape for according to a trip report but due to narrow roads and corners driving cautiously is recommended.

I hope to have dinner somewhere on the way back to please be flexible.

https://www.alltrails.com/explore/trail/us/washington/upper-big-quilcene-trail-via-marmot-pass


http://www.wta.org/go-hiking/hikes/marmot-pass-upper-big-quilcene

This is a dog friendly hike and Kona will be attending.

Please contact me by phone/text of you have any questions or are running late on the day of the hike. [masked]-9788. Jim

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Northwest Forest Pass Required
Please be prepared to donate about $20 Gas PLUS ferry costs if you are not driving.

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Last minute contact info (your phone, preferably)
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Important:
1) Disclaimer: This hiking group is not a professional guide service. Our event organizers/hosts function as facilitators only. You may join us on this hike at your own risk. Keep in mind that your safety is your responsibility.
2) Wear layers for clothing, sturdy boots. Bring plenty of water, snack, lunch, and other items in the 10 essentials. And bag for your muddy boots if you plan on being a rider.
3) If your plan changes, update your RSVP. No-shows are noted, and may prevent others from participating.

How to find us:South East Corner/ Silver Suburban

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