Squak Mountain Fireplace Trail

EASY 7 reviews

Squak Mountain Fireplace Trail is a 4.2 mile lightly trafficked out and back trail located near Issaquah, WA that features beautiful wild flowers and is good for all skill levels. The trail is primarily used for hiking, walking, nature trips, and birding and is accessible year-round. Dogs are also able to use this trail.

4.2 miles 1403 feet Out & Back

dog friendly

kid friendly

birding

hiking

nature trips

walking

forest

views

wild flowers

wildlife

hiking
10 days ago

hiking
25 days ago

Moderate trail, pretty sustained uphill to the fireplace. Wish it was interpreted, I would've loved to have known more about the fireplace.

hiking
2 months ago

I would consider this more of a moderate trail as it's constant uphill to the fireplace. It's nice and quiet for a Friday morning walk/hike.

hiking
3 months ago

Nicely maintained trail and easy to find. I would definitely say this is a moderate intensity trail. Especially for the last .6 before you get to the fireplace. No views at the top, but it was cool to see the fireplace.

nature trips
3 months ago

No people and a beautiful peaceful trail. Stopped at "Debbies View" were there is a great view of Rainer, other than that deep lush forest and a couple places were there was a creek for my pup to play in! ;) Easy to get lost or mixed up at the trail intersections so pay attention!

hiking
5 months ago

Challenging on the final 1/4 but a major letdown at the summit with weak views and an telco tower 'buzzin'

hiking
6 months ago

5/14/2016 (Saturday) - This should be the easiest trail for going up to the upper part of Squak Mountain, because it starts from a high elevation as compared with other trailheads. The trail is broadest and in the best condition as compared with others. I think the Bullitt family should mainly use this path to go to their house, which now only leaves its fireplace as the landmark on the mountain. It is gently graded and has a good draining condition. The trailhead has a map produced by King County. About a dozen of cars can be parked there.