Feb
16
9:30 AM09:30

Cancelled - Wilderness creek trail to Coal Creek Falls Hike - Easy, 6 miles, 1300 ft gain, Good trail, Moderate pace, Cornelia Remy

CANCELLED

Cougar's Coal Creek Falls Trail recently had some work done to it. lets see how the trail is holding up.

Meet at 175 Rainier Blvd S, Issaquah

Easy, 6 miles, 1300 ft gain, Good trail, Moderate pace

Not difficult for occasional hikers

Cornelia Remy 425-902-6255

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Feb
17
9:00 AM09:00

Cougar Loop Hike - Easy, 5-6 miles, up to 800 ft gain, Good trail, Moderate pace, George Potter

Hike a loop on top of Cougar Mountain from the Sky country Trailhead

Meet at 175 Rainier Blvd S, Issaquah

Bring your WA Discover Pass and your National Forest Pass, if you have them.

Easy, 5-6 miles, up to 800 ft gain, Good trail, Moderate pace

Not difficult for occasional hikers

George Potter 425-516-5200

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Mar
2
9:00 AM09:00

Cougar Newcastle South DeLeo Wall Hike - Easy, 3.5 miles, 500 ft gain, Good trail, Slow pace, Scott Semans

Both rough and brand new trails with fantastic views, dense Madrone forest including the Save DeLeo Wall potential logging zone. Good trail but a few rough spots.

Meet at 175 Rainier Blvd S, Issaquah

Easy, 3.5 miles, 500 ft gain, Good trail, Slow pace

Not difficult for occasional hikers

Scott Semans 425-369-1725

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Mar
9
9:00 AM09:00

Issaquah Alps Area Dog Hike - Easy, 4-6 miles, 900-1200 ft gain, Moderate pace, Dori Ost

Leader's Choice of trails. If weather permits, may consider some remote bike trails off the Snoqualmie Valley Trail in Carnation/Fall City area.

Meet at 175 Rainier Blvd S, Issaquah

Bring your WA Discover Pass and your National Forest Pass, if you have them.

Easy, 4-6 miles, 900-1200 ft gain, Moderate pace

Not difficult for occasional hikers

Dori Ost 206-939-3034

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Mar
9
9:00 AM09:00

Map and Compass Adventure, Family Hike - Easy, David Dunphy

Join YMCA staff, the Issaquah Alps Trails Club hike leaders and Sammamish Walks to learn about navigation

You will get a short lesson on Map and Compass then be given a map to explore the park and try to complete the orienteering course as a family. Enjoy the fresh area of Beaver Lake Park and learn a new skill

Easy, Not difficult for occasional hikers

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David Dunphy 425-391-4840

sammamishyoutside@seattleymca.org

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Mar
9
10:00 AM10:00

West Tiger #1 Hike - Moderate, 8 miles, 2450 ft gain, Good trail, Moderate pace, Tom Anderson

Start at the High Point trail head on Tiger Mountain; follow the High Point Creek trail and TMT up to Hiker's Hut via Fred's Corner and back. A nice shady trail up to the summit of West Tiger #1. Good view toward Mt Rainier on a clear day.

Meet at 175 Rainier Blvd S, Issaquah

Bring your WA Discover Pass, if you have one.

Moderate, 8 miles, 2450 ft gain, Good trail, Moderate pace

Usually not difficult for regular hikers

Tom Anderson 206-245-3787

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Mar
16
9:00 AM09:00

Extended Chybinski Loop Hike - Moderate, 6.5 miles, 1700 ft gain, Good trail, Slow pace, Ralph Owen

Squak Mtn Extended Chybinski Loop. A walk in the woods with visits to the Rainier/Debby's Viewpoint and the Bullitt Fireplace enroute. A possible very short off-trail jaunt. The map for the day is King County Parks PDF Cougar-Squak-Tiger Corridor (available online) or the Green Trails Cougar Mtn/Squak Mtn #203S. The leader's phone number on the morning of the hike is (425) 394-8244.

Meet at 175 Rainier Blvd S, Issaquah

Moderate, 6.5 miles, 1700 ft gain, Good trail, Slow pace

Usually not difficult for regular hikers

Ralph Owen hiker99ralph@comcast.net

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Mar
23
2:00 PM14:00

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An indoor program with 100's of photos and charts. Over a century ago exporting coal to San Francisco turned Seattle into a dominant seaport. Also learn about a mountain that is older than Rainier (Cougar Mountain).

Meet at Lewis Creek Nature Center

Steve Williams 425-453-8997

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Feb
10
9:00 AM09:00

Lower Mt Si Hike - Moderate, 7.5 miles, 2200 ft gain, Good trail, Slow pace, Ralph Owen

Hike good trails on the lower slopes of Mount Si with visits to rocky and mossy vistas along the way. The map for the day is the Green Trails Mt Si NRCA #206S or DNR's PDF Mount Si NRCA Trail Map which can be downloaded online (www.dnr.wa.gov/geo/mountsi.pdf ). The leader's phone number on the morning of the hike is (425) 394-8244

Meet at 175 Rainier Blvd S, Issaquah

Bring your WA Discover Pass, if you have one.

Moderate, 7.5 miles, 2200 ft gain, Good trail, Slow pace

Usually not difficult for regular hikers

Ralph Owen hiker99ralph@comcast.net

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Feb
9
10:00 AM10:00

Tradition Plateau Loop Hike - Easy, 7 miles, 500 ft gain, Good trail, Moderate pace, Tom Anderson

See the highlights of Tiger Mountain's Tradition Plateau all in one hike: Round Lake, Tradition Lake, the old bus, Zoe and the Swamp Monster and the Big Tree.

Meet at 175 Rainier Blvd S, Issaquah

Easy, 7 miles, 500 ft gain, Good trail, Moderate pace

Not difficult for occasional hikers

Tom Anderson 206-245-3787

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Feb
9
9:00 AM09:00

Issaquah Alps Area Dog Hike - Moderate, 5-7 miles, up to 900 ft gain, Moderate pace, Tom Pohle

Leader's Choice of trails. If weather permits, may consider some remote bike trails off the Snoqualmie Valley Trail in Carnation/Fall City area.

Meet at 175 Rainier Blvd S, Issaquah

Bring your WA Discover Pass and your National Forest Pass, if you have them.

Moderate, 5-7 miles, up to 900 ft gain, Moderate pace

Usually not difficult for regular hikers

Tom Pohle 425-481-2341

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Feb
2
9:00 AM09:00

Cougar Newcastle South DeLeo Wall Hike - Easy, 3.5 miles, 500 ft gain, Good trail, Slow pace, Scott Semans

Ground Hogs Day

Both rough and brand new trails with fantastic views, dense Madrona forest including the Save DeLeo Wall potential logging zone. Good trail but a few rough spots.

Meet at 175 Rainier Blvd S, Issaquah

Easy, 3.5 miles, 500 ft gain, Good trail, Slow pace

Not difficult for occasional hikers

Scott Semans 425-369-1725

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Jan
27
9:00 AM09:00

Tradition Plateau/Park Pointe Hike - Moderate, 7 miles, 1000 ft gain, Good trail, Slow pace, Ralph Owen

Tradition Plateau/Park Pointe Loop Beginning and ending at the Trail Center, we hike on the wooded lower slopes of Tiger Mountain. Visit the bus, the Big Tree and Lake Tradition along the way. The map for the day is King the Green Trails Tiger Mountain/Taylor Mountain #204S. The leader's phone number on the morning of the hike is (425) 394-8244.

Meet at 175 Rainier Blvd S, Issaquah

Moderate, 7 miles, 1000 ft gain, Good trail, Slow pace

Usually not difficult for regular hikers

Ralph Owen hiker99ralph@comcast.net

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Jan
20
10:00 AM10:00

Coal Creeks Falls Hike - Very Easy, 2.5 miles, 500 ft gain, Good trail, Moderate pace, Denice Carnahan

Hike a loop on Cougar Mountain starting from Red Town Trail Head. Great trail with a stop at the waterfall, very peaceful and relaxing.

Meet at the Red Town Trailhead on Lakemont Blvd

Very Easy, 2.5 miles, 500 ft gain, Good trail, Moderate pace

For beginning hikers

Denice Carnahan 425-271-4049

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Jan
12
9:00 AM09:00

Issaquah Alps Area Dog Hike - Easy, 4-6 miles, 900-1200 ft gain, Moderate pace, Dori Ost

Leader's Choice of trails. If weather permits, may consider some remote bike trails off the Snoqualmie Valley Trail in Carnation/Fall City area.

Meet at 175 Rainier Blvd S, Issaquah

Bring your WA Discover Pass and your National Forest Pass, if you have them.

Easy, 4-6 miles, 900-1200 ft gain, Moderate pace

Not difficult for occasional hikers

Dori Ost 206-939-3034

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Dec
30
1:00 AM01:00

Trail Work Party in Issaquah Alps Area on a day this Week. George Potter

We will be using club tools. No experience is required.
Wear boots, long pants, and clothes appropriate for the weather. Long sleeves are recommended.
Bring water and a lunch. Bring work gloves and a hard hat if you have them.

Rules:
1. Be Safe! (including: Drink lots of water. Take Breaks.)
2. If it does not violate rule #1, Have Fun!
3. If it does not violate rules #1 & #2, get something done.

We look forward to seeing you on the trail.

To participate contact:
George Potter trailwork@issaquahalps.org

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Dec
23
1:00 AM01:00

Trail Work Party in Issaquah Alps Area on a day this Week. George Potter

We will be using club tools. No experience is required.
Wear boots, long pants, and clothes appropriate for the weather. Long sleeves are recommended.
Bring water and a lunch. Bring work gloves and a hard hat if you have them.

Rules:
1. Be Safe! (including: Drink lots of water. Take Breaks.)
2. If it does not violate rule #1, Have Fun!
3. If it does not violate rules #1 & #2, get something done.

We look forward to seeing you on the trail.

To participate contact:
George Potter trailwork@issaquahalps.org

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Dec
16
8:00 PM20:00

Water Tower Loop Hike, Moderate, 7.7 miles, 920 ft gain, Good trail, Moderate pace, Steve Payne

King County Parks and Washington Trails Association have built some great trails together, including this route in and around the south end of Grand Ridge Park. Expect mountain bikers — mostly harmless!

Meet at 175 Rainier Blvd S, Issaquah

Moderate, 7.7 miles, 920 ft gain, Good trail, Moderate pace

Usually not difficult for regular hikers

Steve Payne 253-315-0426

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Dec
16
1:00 AM01:00

Trail Work Party in Issaquah Alps Area on a day this Week. George Potter

We will be using club tools. No experience is required.
Wear boots, long pants, and clothes appropriate for the weather. Long sleeves are recommended.
Bring water and a lunch. Bring work gloves and a hard hat if you have them.

Rules:
1. Be Safe! (including: Drink lots of water. Take Breaks.)
2. If it does not violate rule #1, Have Fun!
3. If it does not violate rules #1 & #2, get something done.

We look forward to seeing you on the trail.

To participate contact:
George Potter trailwork@issaquahalps.org

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Dec
9
1:00 AM01:00

Trail Work Party in Issaquah Alps Area on a day this Week. George Potter

We will be using club tools. No experience is required.
Wear boots, long pants, and clothes appropriate for the weather. Long sleeves are recommended.
Bring water and a lunch. Bring work gloves and a hard hat if you have them.

Rules:
1. Be Safe! (including: Drink lots of water. Take Breaks.)
2. If it does not violate rule #1, Have Fun!
3. If it does not violate rules #1 & #2, get something done.

We look forward to seeing you on the trail.

To participate contact:
George Potter trailwork@issaquahalps.org

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Dec
8
10:00 AM10:00

Beaver Lake Preserve Hike, Very Easy, 1.2 miles, little elevation gain, Good trail, Slow pace, Marjorie James

Hike a loop trail through this forest preserve. Appreciate the exceptionally tall trees, both deciduous and coniferous. Pass some swampy areas with standing water.

Meet at 175 Rainier Blvd S, Issaquah

Very Easy, 1.2 miles, little elevation gain, Good trail, Slow pace

For beginning hikers

Marjorie James 425-503-0228

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Dec
8
9:00 AM09:00

Issaquah Alps Area Dog Hike, Moderate, 5-7 miles, up to 900 ft gain, Moderate pace, Tom Pohle

Leader's Choice of trails. If weather permits, may consider some remote bike trails off the Snoqualmie Valley Trail in Carnation/Fall City area.

Meet at 175 Rainier Blvd S, Issaquah

Bring your WA Discover Pass and your National Forest Pass, if you have them.

Moderate, 5-7 miles, up to 900 ft gain, Moderate pace

Usually not difficult for regular hikers

Tom Pohle 425-481-2341

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Dec
2
1:00 AM01:00

Trail Work Party in Issaquah Alps Area on a day this Week. George Potter

We will be using club tools. No experience is required.
Wear boots, long pants, and clothes appropriate for the weather. Long sleeves are recommended.
Bring water and a lunch. Bring work gloves and a hard hat if you have them.

Rules:
1. Be Safe! (including: Drink lots of water. Take Breaks.)
2. If it does not violate rule #1, Have Fun!
3. If it does not violate rules #1 & #2, get something done.

We look forward to seeing you on the trail.

To participate contact:
George Potter trailwork@issaquahalps.org

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Nov
25
9:00 AM09:00

Fred's Corner Loop Hike, Moderate, 8 miles, 2000 ft gain, Good trail, Moderate pace, George Potter

Hike the north side of Tiger Mountain. See some of the newest reroutes on the Tiger Mountain Trail.

Meet at 175 Rainier Blvd S, Issaquah

Bring your WA Discover Pass, if you have one.

Moderate, 8 miles, 2000 ft gain, Good trail, Moderate pace

Usually not difficult for regular hikers

George Potter 425-516-5200

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Nov
25
1:00 AM01:00

Trail Work Party in Issaquah Alps Area on a day this Week. George Potter

We will be using club tools. No experience is required.
Wear boots, long pants, and clothes appropriate for the weather. Long sleeves are recommended.
Bring water and a lunch. Bring work gloves and a hard hat if you have them.

Rules:
1. Be Safe! (including: Drink lots of water. Take Breaks.)
2. If it does not violate rule #1, Have Fun!
3. If it does not violate rules #1 & #2, get something done.

We look forward to seeing you on the trail.

To participate contact:
George Potter trailwork@issaquahalps.org

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