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The drive from Sea Tac through Kent, Auburn and Enumclaw is so breath taking! I would recommend going south on 167 to Auburn and then taking 164 South and East to Enumclaw. You can see Mount Ranier the entire drive! There are places along the...More
Hike through some great second-growth forest to reach the second highest summit (West Tiger #1) in the Tigers. Then enjoy a superb viewpoint a short distance west of the #1 summit.
Tiger offers trails for all levels. Nearly level trails to the Cable Line Trail...More
Great place to train for mountaineering or just get some exercise at a more moderate pace. Takes me about 1 1/2 hrs to get to top & 1 hr to come down. Parking can be a bear. Go at off times or bring $5 cash...More
Tiger Mountain is a really great place for a strenuous and rewarding hike. The trailheads are close to Seattle, about a half hour away on I-90. Tiger Mountain is a state nature preserve in the foothills of the Cascades. It's part of the 'Issaquah Alps',...More
Tiger mountain is very accessible from Seattle although some of the trailhead parking can be packed on nice days. Lots of well-signed trails but I’d recommend downloading a free map before heading out.
Do this hike all the way to the top of this mountain. Breathtaking views. Great place to take amazing pictures. The hike takes a good 45 min to an hour to get up but it's beautiful all the way up. Parking is free but limited...More