Kendall Katwalk

Kendall Katwalk is a 150 yard long narrow pathway blasted out of a steeply sloped granite rock face on the north ridge of Kendall Peak approximately 6 miles northeast of Snoqualmie Pass. It is a segment of Section J of Pacific Crest Trail and the construction was completed in 1979.[1] It is a popular destination for day hikers, trail runners, and backpackers.

Kendall Katwalk
Kendall Katwalk Trail.jpg
Kendall Katwalk
LengthApprox. 150 yards (140 m)
LocationKittitas County, Washington
TrailheadsSnoqualmie Pass
UseHiking, Trail running, Backpacking
Highest point5,440 feet (1,660 m)
Lowest pointBase, 5,440 feet (1,660 m)
SeasonJune to October
HazardsSevere weather

Coordinates: 47°27′06″N 121°22′43″W / 47.451796°N 121.378716°W / 47.451796; -121.378716


  1. ^ "Years of PCT Construction". Northwest Hiker's Net. Retrieved 31 May 2015.
Kendall Katwalk seen from Alta Mountain

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