We followed Zilly's directions, that is, going up Noble Knob trail #1184 then to Dalles Ridge Trail #1173 then to Ranger Creek Trail #1197. Left at T for 0.2 miles to trailhead at end of road. Two mountain bikers were also up there. Date: Wed, Aug 26, 2020 Activity: Day Hike - Noble Knob via Corral Pass Route/Place: Noble Knob via Corral Pass Activity Type: Day Hiking Trip Result: Successful Rating: Road Conditions: Road suitable for all vehicles Route Conditions: Used Google Maps for directions to trailhead even though I had printed email instructions from the Rangers at the Enumclaw station. Head left to take the Noble Knob Trail to the next junction in a tenth of a mile. The Noble Knob trail head is up the road from here with it's own parking and picnic table. This trail may need another week or two before the snow isn't such a hazard. If you look that trail up on the app it will give you exact coordinates to the trail head. The road up to the trail is very rocky and narrow with multiple switchbacks so be prepared. The road to the trailhead is currently closed due to falling trees post fire. Don't be fooled by the info sign at a trail head across from the parking area. From the Corral Pass Trailhead, the trail moves into the trees along mellow, winding singletrack and the occasional road-trace. There are great views of Rainier, even from the trailhead. There's a sign at the beginning stating that the road is for experienced mountain drivers only. Just wish there wasn't so much fog and rain. Overall it was a great hike. This was a good hike with nice views. This hike was very scenic with so many places to take incredible pictures. Just a few hundred feet down the trail, it will split off; stay left on the main trail. It's 7+ miles. This is the highest elevation of the ride (5950') and Noble Knob Tr1184 defines the edge of the Norse Peak wilderness so do not take any trails to the left (North). Now look back at the beautiful ridge trail with Rainier towering above! The Noble Knob Trail offers a pleasant 4-mile hike near Chinook Pass. We took it slow. The Noble Knob Trail, which can be accessed from two different trailheads, provides 360-degree views of the Cascade Mountains and, on a clear day, the Olympics. Dalles … This left turn is easy to miss as you zip along this trail. Take a right and follow the road to the trailhead. Seattle, WA 98104. Gaze out in all directions, to wildflower-studded meadows, alpine lakes and snow-capped peaks. The trail to Noble Knob, which is the site of a former fire lookout tower, provides an amazing view with only about 500 feet of elevation gain. Hike the Noble Knob Trail now for Huckleberries. In the late spring and early summer the fields and ridge lines are covered in blankets of colorful wildflowers which give way to reds, yellows, and golds in the fall. Dalles Ridge, Noble Knob. At various points during the hike you will reach trail junctions, but if you stay on the main trail you will reach the Knob. Rainier. You need to take the unmarked trail going north. The easiest way to reach Noble Knob is by the Noble Knob trail from Corral Pass. The trail itself is relatively flat since it goes along a ridge line, and you’ve already done most of the climbing in your car. Stay to the right, following the ridgeline as you turn north. Hikes We’re Looking Forward To . Go straight-right. This trail is amazing. It was raining pretty good so I was socked in the whole way and didn't have great views. 705 2nd Ave, Suite 300 Had never hike this trail before but found this a great hike. See my posted pic for details. Still totally doable for an inexperienced hiker. On this route, you'll enjoy a lovely ridgeline hike, since most of the elevation gain occurs on the road to the trailhead. It's a pretty little lake that I sometimes swim in on a hot day. Rainier are glorious any time of year. Here, the trail offers views of Mounts Rainier and Baker, Glacier Peak and the Stuart Range, even the Olympic mountains on particularly clear days. On the way down ride past deep creek and continue on the trail to the shelter at ranger creek. The trail is very narrow so I wouldn't say its kid friendly. There's one trick part of the trail to note. For the most part it is a moderate hike. In Enumclaw, S on Highway 410 for 13.3 miles. It got pretty muddy so be careful if you're heading up anytime soon. Considering the trail to Lost Lake, this is pretty steady uphill and steep in some spots. Here the trail splits in three directions. IT IS NOT MARKED. Lots of short climbs and descents most on single track and some on old double track. Nice hike overall. Washington Trails Association is 501(c)(3) nonprofit. It was also SUPER hard to get to without getting lost (do not listen to navigation). We didn’t make it to the trailhead but definitely got a workout along the way. There's a lot of shaded areas preventing the last bit of snow melt. The trail is primarily used for hiking, walking, and horses and is best used from July until October. Much better options around. Nick Mealey/Flickr. Share. Walk to the picnic table and the trail starts there. Noble Knob Trail is a 11.1 kilometer moderately trafficked out and back trail located near Paradise Inn, Washington that features beautiful wild flowers and is rated as moderate. You'll begin hiking through a clearing, follow the ridgeline. Greenwater area summit hikes right now are a bit dangerous with the road conditions! Stuart if you stop for a look on the North side of the ridge. In fact, the total elevation gain is only about 500 feet along the 3.5 miles (each way) of the trail. Then, NF-7220 2 and continue for 3.5 miles, then t. NF-7250 and continue for 2.6 miles to the Dalles Ridge Trailhead at the end of the road. No 4x4 needed this time of year (this was our 2nd trip up this particular Mt. We passed other hikers, dogs, and a few mtn. Trip Report. There are only a couple of stretches that will get you out of breath. Reach Noble Knob at 6,011 ft in 3.5 mi and only 500 feet of elevation gain. We drove to Coral Pass, in a Chevy Spark (tiny, fwd car) with no problems. Travel+Outdoors. There were a lot of bees of all varieties constantly buzzing near us, even walking at a quick pace. luckily there was great reception and we were able to follow to follow the map to guide to the other side. There's a nice parking area at the top for Corral Pass with picnic tables, camp sites and a privy. Nate and Jer Barnes. I started at the Coral Pass- Noble Knob trailhead. Take the middle path straight up to the summit. A little more than a mile into the hike, you'll arrive at a junction with the Ranger Creek Trail. From there, the narrow trail continues to a short ridgeline descent that meets up with the intersection of the Dalles Ridge Trail and the nearby Noble Knob Summit Spur. really foggy today, hiked through the clouds. Mosquitos were out and hungry! Bring fluids! The route begins mildly, alternating between roadbed and trail while wandering through meadows and sparse stands of fir and pine. Rainier I started my way back down the trail. enjoyed the unexpected snow hike. Please note: As of July 20, 2020, TRAIL TEMPORARILY INACCESSIBLE FROM TRAILHEAD: It's gorgeous. Look north for your first view of George Lake in the meadow-filled cirque below you. Noble Knob (Trail No. Overall, a gorgeous snowy hike on a beautiful sunny day. The Noble Knob trail starts from a U-turn at the top, and is clearly marked. The SUV in front of us was already stuck and warned us to turn around. Posts Tagged: The Noble Knob Trail. The Noble Knob trail is great fun from the beginning, quickly entering into vast fields of wildflowers which should be at their peak in the next few weeks. Unfortunately, the gate is still closed. Popular Content. Oh well. Keep going as the … Park here and head out on the trail at the north end of the parking lot. Road 7174 Corral Pass closed due to resource damage from the Norse Peak fire. From Seattle, east on I-90, south on I-405 and then south on Highway 169 to Enumclaw. This is a great alpine ridge walk just outside of Rainier National Park in the Norse Peak Wilderness. Only saw one other group of three people on the entire trail. Drive 6 miles to the Noble Knob Trailhead at 5,700 ft. on the trail. The hike it's self is pretty easy, I little longer then stated, I clocked in at 8.2 miles. Noble Knob is a great alpine trail that provides excellent views of Mt. In fact, the total elevation gain is only about 500 feet along the 3.5 miles (each way) of the trail. Decided to check this one out today and found a very well maintained dirt road. Access: For Corral Pass, take Highway 410 30.5 miles from Enumclaw. After passing the Alta Crystal Resort turnoff, continue another half mile, looking for Forest Road 7174 (the Corral Pass Road). The Noble Knob Trail is almost exclusively used to connect to the Deep Creek Trail or the Ranger Creek Trail #1197 via the Dalles Ridge Trail #1173. Either descend ranger creek (which has several slides and fallen trees) or palisades. We only saw a few other groups along the way because we started late in the day. We had the sun in our face looking in that direction, but that mountain is beautiful from any angle at any time. I love this trail! we were so busy looking at the fire damage and views on the first half and all the scenery on the second we didn't even realize how far we had hiked once we reached the end. The trail is primarily used for hiking, walking, and horses and is best used from July until October. Noble Knob Trail Despite the side-eye, Xerxes enjoyed the hike on Noble Knob Though this hike is one of the most scenic hikes in the region the “getting” there takes a bit of mettle – thus, Noble Knob is seldom – if ever – crowded except, perhaps, on a sunny weekend. I'm not sure where this goes. The wildflowers were definitely in bloom and beautiful. However, we tried access from Corral Pass Rd and there was a locked gate that prevented us from doing that. There are two ways to get to this trail. It is also possible to link Noble Knob to many other possible attractions and summits in the region. This short trail goes from the Noble Knob/Dalles Ridge junction to the Dalles Ridge/ Ranger Creek trail. Awesome wildflowers and amazing views. The road up was a bit snowy and I won’t doubt it will close soon. Access: For Corral Pass, take Highway 410 30.5 miles from Enumclaw. This becomes the 6.4 mile, very crappy forest road to the trail head. Bees, berries, and flowers all along the trail. Great hike. This makes the trail accessible to those who may have shied away from other lookout tower hikes on much steeper and more difficult trails. Great hike to take your four legged friend. There was tracks for a while, but the road eventually turned to all snow. If you pop out on the road you went a mile too far. deep snow and fallen tress block your path, Views in every direction, Rainier on your right and Cascades in the left. 4wd or Awd is probably best. Our tax identification number is EIN 91-0900134. FYI we came to this hike after attempting Kelly Butte which we were also warned to turn around on (the car in front of us also got stuck). We took it slow and made it past that to a great view. The summit of Noble Knob can be reached many different ways and many different directions. The trail itself is relatively flat since it goes along a ridge line, and you’ve already done most of the climbing in your car. Forested peaks spread out in every direction. Length 4.6 miElevation gain 1243 ftRoute type Out & back Trail head it unmarked but fairly easy to find off the right if you’re looking for it. Print. Every vista except waterfalls are on this hike. The area around the lake is filled with wild huckleberry bushes which yield tons of tasty wild huckleberries in August. There were a few trees down over the trail prior to the snow field but the were easily stepped over or walked around. The bees didn't bother us too much, but we were camping nearby, and I had sprayed my clothes with an Essential Oil based insect repellent. The 6 mile road up to the trailhead on Corral Pass is rough, I'd recommend an all wheel drive or a 4x4 vehicle to get up...but I'm sure a car without those options can make it going slowly. We thought we were on a 5-ish mile hike. If you make it to the turn around you went about a quarter mile too far. You’ll have a nice fast side hill … It was somewhat challenging, with a few moderate elevation climbs. The first mile or so is more or less flat, quickly transporting you to your first glimpses of snow-covered Mount Rainier. The road-as-trail was pretty brutal— steep grade and tons of switchbacks. Noble Knob is generally used to access other trails that descend below down and along various drainages like Deep Creek, Dalles Ridge, Ranger Creek, Palisades. In just under two miles you’ll reach the Deep Creek Trail 1196. Rainier from this highpoint on the trail. The easiest way to reach Noble Knob is by the Noble Knob trail from Corral Pass. Noble Knob Area Topo Map TH: Steady climb from the Dalles Ridge TH to Noble Knob peak, passing Ranger Creek Tr1197 TH at.7mi and merging with Noble Knob Tr1184 for the summit ascent. Noble Knob is the only one with a official trail while the others are not too far off trails. #naturerules. More on my hiking blog at cairnguru.com. We hiked in through Dalles Ridge, and about a mile into our hike, snow took over heavily shaded parts of the trail. I hike it a few times a year and it's a great hike to take less experienced hikers or people visiting the area because it's not too difficult or long, but long enough. Watch out for hikers, there are plenty. Continuing on, the trail drops to the left and circles around the knob to the George Lake Trail intersection. One of my favorite trails. After the junction the trail climbs steadily upwards and just short of two miles from the trailhead, you will join the Noble Knob trail. 8. Hiking Queen. Stuart if you stop for a look on the North side of the ridge. Snoquera Falls and Moss Lake Nature Trail, Basin Lake via Norse Peak Trail, Goat Lake Trail, and PCT, Northway, Crystal Mountain, PCT, and Bullion Basin Trail Loop. Dogs are also able to use this trail but must be kept on leash. Coming from Enumclaw, drive east on Highway 410 for 23.7 miles, then turn left onto NF-7200 4. Description From the Corral Pass Trailhead, the trail moves into the trees along a mellow, winding singletrack and the … You will reach an intersection with the Deep Creek Trail-go right to stay on Dalles Ridge. 100 Hikes in Washington's South Cascades & Olympics by Ira Spring & Harvey Manning (Mountaineers Books). It was a bit dusty, but it is a mountain trail. After a bit on that road, you will reach a fork where you can go straight-right, straight-left, or hard right. We took Corral Pass Rd just south of the Alta Crystal Resort. And now (in September) the huckleberries are everywhere. Tel: 360.825.6585. We started at the Dalles Ridge trail head.Trail was easy to follow except for one large snowfield about 1.5 miles in. Download the free, full-sheet USGS 7.5 Minute (1:24,000 scale) Noble Knob topo map as an Adobe PDF. The more popular Corral Pass approach has a more developed trailhead, whereas the Twentyeight Mile Road approach has paved portions that make access a little bit easier on your vehicle. This trail starts at the Corral Pass parking lot and goes across the ridge to intersect with the Noble Knob Trail. Contributions to WTA are tax deductible, and we are committed to making the best use of every donation to our mission. Noble Knob Trail is a 4-mile roundtrip trail located in the Chinook Pass area. Directions to Trailhead: Here the trail splits in three directions. Perhaps there is another Noble Knob trail on Hwy 410 over the pass, but this hike is on the Enumclaw side. Alternates: climb ranger creek instead of fs7174, downside is that shelter to noble knob is a steep climb and treacherous in the rain. This was an amazing hike! Hike by WTA Correspondents: Drive for about six miles up the road (it's very steep and rough), pass the Noble Knob trailhead, and come to Corral Pass and the Rainier View trailhead. Turn left onto it, and pass several cabins. not much for views but peace and quiet was there, very few people out. Noble Knob is a 7 mile hike that will take about 5 hours to complete with Fido. The hike itself was pretty good. You can head north to noble knob. Greenwater Lakes Trail - Mount Baker-Snoqualmie NF - Located 6.6 miles away, on the Noble Knob Topo Map: PCT (Section 228) - Pacific Crest Trail - Located 7.7 miles away, on the Noble Knob Topo Map: Goose Prairie Trail - Okanogan-Wenatchee NF - Located 7.9 miles away, on the Goose Prairie Topo Map Take this all the way up to the trailhead for trail #1184. Mount Rainier Area. There is a trailhead at either end of the Noble Knob Trail #1184, one from Corral Pass and another off of Twentyeight Mile Road (FR #72). There are 2 trailheads... go to the further one by the picnic table. road in our tiny car with no issues). This is the highest elevation of the ride (5950') and Noble Knob Tr1184 defines the edge of the Norse Peak wilderness so do not take any trails to the right. This isn't a killer climb as there is minimal elevation change thus the views are attainable for the whole family. We love the Noble Knob trail, and hike it several times each year. bikers. then there was one more snow patch that covered the trail and was very steep. Left on FSR 7174 (Corral Pass Rd) for 6 miles. Parts of are starting to get a little slippery and there are some narrow parts and steep Rocky parts of the climb. Once at the Noble Knob trailhead, there is a short section of hike-a-bike (maybe 150yds), then you will hit the nicely flowing singletrack. The drive up to the trailhead was still enjoyable and mostly dry. Visit BringFido for an overview of the trail, along with pictures, directions, and reviews from dog owners who’ve been there. Continue on it for 2.6 miles. This trail is part of the Mount-Baker Snoqualmie National Forest and is dog-friendly. The trail is primarily used for hiking and nature trips and is best used from June until November. Quite a few wildflowers are out like Bear Grass, Paintbrush, Penstemon, Lupines just to name a few, plus the view from Noble Knob of Rainier and the surrounding area was absolutly beautiful, loved it. The Noble Knob Trail, which can be accessed from two different trailheads, provides 360-degree views of the Cascade Mountains and on a clear day, some of the Olympic range, too. Mount Rainier Area -- Chinook Pass - Hwy 410, Mt. Greenwater Lakes Trail - Mount Baker-Snoqualmie NF - Located 6.6 miles away, on the Noble Knob Topo Map: PCT (Section 228) - Pacific Crest Trail - Located 7.7 miles away, on the Noble Knob Topo Map: Goose Prairie Trail - Okanogan-Wenatchee NF - Located 7.9 miles away, on the Goose Prairie Topo Map Noble Knob, Washington topographic map and nearby trails. A long and scenic route to the popular Noble Knob passing waterfalls, lakes, views of Rainier, etc. Noble Knob Northern Approach is a 4.6 mile moderately trafficked out and back trail located near Paradise Inn, Washington that offers the chance to see wildlife and is rated as moderate. Mount Rainier seems almost close enough to touch. In the late spring and early summer the fields and ridge lines are covered in blankets of colorful wildflowers which give way to reds, yellows, and golds in the fall. Also an epic view of Glacier Peak, and Mt. The views from the top are amazing. At 7.0 miles and only 800 feet of elevation it is very common for families to have a successful attempt at this summit. Great clear day for this one. Dogs are also able to use this trail but must be kept on leash. It is the most common used and the easiest in difficult. You will have great views of Mt. Most is through burned area. You will parallel the Norse Peak Wilderness to the west before briefly entering it for a few moments 2.6 miles from the trailhead.You’ll know you went through the Wilderness when you encounter the junction with the Dalles Ridge Trail at three miles. Wednesday, September 15, 2010. 13.6mi: Go left at the intersection with Dalles Ridge Tr1173, or continue.5mi to the Noble Knob summit. It looks like a great location for that. The trails are marginally marked, as there are plenty of little detour trails branching off, but you can generally tell the main trail. Scenic route to the other side hiked in through Dalles ridge, Noble Knob starts! 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