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Seattle Photography Group Message Board › Snowshoe the CommonWealth Basin trail

Snowshoe the CommonWealth Basin trail

user 10082566
Bellevue, WA
Post #: 4
This is a great trail to snowshoe with plenty of great opportunities for landscape photography.

Anyone interested in putting together a group to go one weekend? Friday and Saturday works best for me, and I am free Sunday until 2pm.


A former member
Post #: 2
I concur. Chris and I went up there last weekend, and got some nice shots. It's easy to get there. You take the first exit at Snoqualmie pass, park at the ski area, walk under I-90, and head up the Pacific Crest trail.

It's a modestly strenuous hike, but there are so many things to photograph that you have plenty of chances to rest.

Chuck Martin
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