Allison and I set out late this morning for what was supposed to be a nearby, not too long hike. We ended up in North Bend (20+ minutes east of Bellevue) in the parking lot of Mt Si. The 8 mile round trip, 3,389ft elevation gain was worth the haul as we came out of the shade of trees to see sun, blue skies and miles of visibility. Mt Rainier can be seen in the background. The Mt. Si hike is clearly marked and well maintained so it’s a great hike year round.
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Hiking Mt Si. – Before the heavy snow falls
by Allison Wallin & Aaron Bernstein
Hiking Snoqualmie Falls – Take in the Beauty All Year Round Snoqualmie Falls is one of Washington most popular scenic attractions. Located 30 minutes Bellevue this site boosts over 1.5 million visitors annually. The 270’ waterfall has spectacular views from the observation deck as well as other nearby locations. The 1.6 mile trail to the base of the falls is good for all hiker types, but […]
Hiking Snowshoeing to Kendall Peak Lakes Allison and I tried snowshoeing for the first time on the Kendall Peak Lake Trail this weekend. The start of the trail was only 5 minutes past the primary ski area at Snoqualmie Summit (50 minutes east of Bellevue). With an elevation gain of just over 2,100 feet (making the peak of the climb close […]
Uncategorized Green grass for your listing Embed code Hot weather, a vacant home or no watering system all result in the same thing – a yellow lawn. Take a look at how Aaron Bernstein from the Northwest Style Group helped turn the grass from yellow to green for Allison Wallin’s listing using a spray dye.