Up the Teanaway River, out of Cle Elum, Washington you will find some of Washington's coolest places. At the start of the North Fork of the Teanaway River, the trailhead to Lake Ingalls begins. The trail to Lake Ingalls is a popular trail where the parking lot is often overflowing with just about any type of SUV known. Looking to get away from people, you might find another location. Despite the line of people climbing up the trail, I would say this destination is worth the climb.
On your way from Seattle to the Teanaway River, you will pass Lake Easton. It is worth stopping at Lake Easton located right off of Interestate 90.
Another picture of Lake Easton from the old highway bridge.
Overlooking the ridge before the ascent to Lake Ingalls. In the fall, the larches turn a brilliant yellow color. This is one of the best places to see the fall larches.
Hiking through the forest you will often encounter these white berries. The Snow Berry is a white berry that dots the landscape. But be wary, these berries are not safe to eat.