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Tiger Mountain Trail

Intermediate

Trail

15.1 mile 24.2 kilometer point to point
82% Runnable
Intermediate

Elevation

Ascent: 3,426' 1,044 m
Descent: -3,458' -1,054 m
High: 2,749' 838 m
Low: 555' 169 m

Grade

Avg Grade: 9% (5°)
Max Grade: 58% (30°)

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Trail shared by Vikram Sahney

Get back in the woods and gain the Tiger Middle Summit!

Vikram Sahney

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Description

This trail starts off from the West Side Road near the Holder Creek crossing. It climbs gently through recent clear cut, and thus the trail is a bit brushy, but still easy to follow. Thankfully, the trail shifts off into the woods with nice shade at about 0.65 miles and before it climbs steeply up to Tiger Middle Summit.

The trail ends at the Tiger Mountain Road 5500.

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Nov 25, 2018
Geneva G
6 miles in and back, solitary and a great long run with very gradual elevation. 12mi
Sep 20, 2018
Vikram Sahney

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  3.0 from 2 votes

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#982

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Beautiful and shady trail climbing Tiger Mountain
Sep 24, 2018 near Mirrormont, WA
There are lots of great creek crossings like this one, with ferns for miles!
Mar 29, 2016 near Issaquah, WA
Looking up the trail. You go up and up!
Sep 17, 2017 near Issaquah, WA
I love bridges! This one is a great one, you can also have a picnic underneath near the water if you want!
Mar 29, 2016 near Issaquah, WA
A small bridge on the very smooth Bus Trail
May 7, 2019 near Issaquah, WA
Tiger Mountain Trail.
Apr 12, 2019 near Hobart, WA

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