Pass: Northwest Forest Pass
Length: 12 miles round trip
Difficulty: Moderate
Elevation Gain: 2500 feet
Highest Point: 5400 feet
Established Camps

Kendall Katwalk is named fro the straddle over two ridge lines that form a narrow pathway that gives way to stunning 360 degree vistas of the surrounding Alpine Lakes Wilderness.  The trail is a 6 mile trek of switch backs up through the forest.  About 3 miles in you'll see a fork down to the Delate Meadows that has a small creek and a good location to spend the night.

Roughly 5 miles up the forest starts to give way to the boulders of the ridge or red rocks and boulders lead you up to the ridge and beautiful vistas looking down on the Snoqualmie Valley.  After another mile you will reach the ridge and reaching your destination, Kendall Katwalk, will be apparent as the narrow path hugging the granite wall gives incredible views.

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The views from the top
The switchbacks
Trail: In good condition