Schedule

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06/03 01:00 PM Wed Blueberry Farm Hike - Easy, 5-6 miles, no significant gain, Slow pace, Robbie Davis
06/06 09:00 AM Sat High Priority New Squak Trails Hike, Dave Kappler
06/07 12:00 PM Sun Tradition Plateau Hike - Easy, 6 miles, 600 ft gain, Dave Kappler
06/10 01:00 PM Wed Coulon Beach Park Hike - Easy, 5-6 miles, no significant gain, Slow pace, Robbie Davis
06/13 09:30 AM Sat Cougar Mountain Hike - Moderate, 7 miles, 1500 ft gain, Richard Mann
06/13 10:00 AM Sat Issaquah area Dog Hike - Moderate, 5-8 miles, up to 1200 ft gain, Tom Pohle
06/14 01:00 PM Sun Coal Mining History Informative Event – Very Easy, 1.5 miles, 100 ft gain, Steve Williams
06/17 01:00 PM Wed Tiger Mountain Hike - Easy, 5-6 miles, no significant gain, Slow pace, Robbie Davis
06/20 09:00 AM Sat Mirror Lake Hike - Moderate, 8 miles, 1600 ft gain, David Warner
06/21 09:00 AM Sun Dirty Harry's Traverse Hike - Moderate, 6 miles, 1850 ft gain, Ralph Owen
06/24 01:00 PM Wed Leader's Choice. Hike - Easy, 5-6 miles, no significant gain, Slow pace, Robbie Davis
06/26 10:00 AM Fri Issaquah area Dog Hike - Moderate, 5-7 miles, up to 1200 ft gain, Dori Ost
06/27 09:00 AM Sat Big View Hike - Moderate, 4 miles, 1200 ft gain, Gravel trail, Moderate pace, George Potter
06/28 09:00 AM Sun Margaret's Trail Hike - Moderate, 6 miles, 1600 ft gain, Good trail, Moderate pace, George Potter

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More Hikes

Some hikes are only listed in the Alpiner.

Usual Meeting Place

175 Rainier Blvd S, Issaquah

Difficulty

  • Very Easy
  • Easy
  • Moderate
  • Strenuous
  • Very Strenuous

Trail Conditions

  • Paved
  • Gravel
  • Dirt
  • Rough
  • Off 

Pace

  • Slow
  • Moderate
  • Fast

Dogs

Most events do not allow dogs.

Carpooling

Please think green and Tip your driver.

Bring or Wear

  • Water
  • Food
  • Rain-Gear
  • Warm Clothes
  • Hiking Footwear

Weather

Knowing the likely weather can help you plan what to bring.

Leave No Trace

  • Plan Ahead and Prepare
  • Travel and Camp on Durable Surfaces
  • Dispose of Waste Properly
  • Leave What You Find
  • Minimize Campfire Impacts
  • Respect Wildlife
  • Be Considerate of Other Visitors

Bears

Be noisy.

Search & Rescue Procedures

  • Lost hiker
  • Injured hiker

Contacts for Unusual Activity

  • Report cougars, bears, unusual birds or other unusual wildlife
  • Report unusual park activity
  • Report a real threat to people or Iivestock

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