|Length||Approx. 150 yards (140 m)|
|Location||Kittitas County, Washington|
|Use||Hiking, Trail running, Backpacking|
|Highest point||5,440 feet (1,660 m)|
|Lowest point||Base, 5,440 feet (1,660 m)|
|Season||June to October|
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 3 miles northeast of Snoqualmie Pass. It is a segment of Section J of Pacific Crest Trail and the construction was completed in 1979. It is a popular destination for day hikers, trail runners, and backpackers.
- "Years of PCT Construction". Northwest Hiker's Net. Retrieved 31 May 2015.