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Snow Lake is yet another of Washington State's beautiful alpine lakes.
The route to reach it begins near the Summit at Snoqualmie, but unlike most of the famous Snoqualmie trail runs, it doesn't follow the Pacific Crest Trail alignment.
Instead, it strikes off up a different valley, climbing over a low pass and descending the other side to reach Snow Lake. With just 1,700 feet of climbing along this 6.3-mile route, Snow Lake is a fairly moderate and achievable alpine lake trail run by Washington standards.
You can expect a fairly rocky, rooty trail tread with a few steep pitches where it crosses the pass, earning it a "Moderate" FATMAP rating. Sources: https://www.wta.org/go-hiking/hikes/snow-lake-1