Tiger Mountain Trail is a 10.7 mile moderately trafficked loop trail located near Issaquah, WA that features a great forest setting and is rated as difficult. The trail is primarily used for hiking, walking, horses, and mountain biking and is accessible year-round. Dogs are also able to use this trail but must be kept on leash.
dogs on leash
High Point Trailhead From Seattle, east on I-90 to exit 20. Right off freeway, then take an immediate Right onto S.E. 79th St, go 1 mile to the trailhead.Tradition Plateau Trailhead From Seattle, east on I-90 to exit 18. Stay right at the fork and turn right at the light onto Highlands Dr NE. The gravel parking area will be on the left hand side, a short distance down the road.Chirico Trail Trailhead From Seattle, east on I-90 to exit 17. Turn right off the freeway onto Front Street and travel 2.8 miles to the gravel parking area on the left side of the road. The trailhead is across the field.
tiger mountain trail is a nice hike. tiger mountain #2 summit view is a cell tower so pick another route
Iverson RR to TMT then around S Tiger back to West-Side road. Spotted a black bear at the intersection. Lots of salmon berries along the trail for the bearies!
My favorite mtb trail.
Mostly through the forest. No viewpoints or water features but a nice hike.
Nice hike! Steady incline but not to difficult. It has great views of the valley. I'd recommend this trail
To get to the really good single track you have to go over 2 miles of steep uphill to get there.once you get to the top it is very fun but it's a tough climb
Over a 3 mile ride/walk to the summit. Gorgeous views on the way down. This was my first time @Tiger not knowing what to expect. I'm probably going to get in better shape before I attempt it again and familiarize myself with the trails by map. Not clearly marked for a first timer.
I have only hiked this trail. Hoping to mountain bike it very soon!
Great overall ride. You will begin with a 4 mile climb up a fire road. There are a couple Y's on your way up. Make sure you follow the signs to the summit. Once up top - you have a phenomenal view of Mt. Rainier. There is only 1 single track heading down from the summit. Hold on and enjoy approx 9 miles of very fast single track downhill. There are some technical sections with rocks, roots and ruts. Everything on this trail is ridable.
Decent trail, cable route is steeper and good for a 1 hour training session afterwork.
This is a great hike, and amazing Bike, and overall one of my favorites to go to when there is limited time for travel...