West Tiger Mountain Area Trails is a 4.6 mile heavily trafficked loop trail located near Issaquah, WA that features beautiful wild flowers and is rated as moderate. The trail offers a number of activity options and is accessible year-round. Dogs are also able to use this trail but must be kept on leash.
dogs on leash
West Tiger 3 is a good conditioning trail. You can also access the summits of West Tiger Mtn. 2 and 1. REMEMBER YOUR WASHINGTON DISCOVERY PASS!
great hike and run down, 5.56 miles logged on my phone, windy at the top , no snow yet
Short but hard. This is a short hike but fairly steep in places. It's a good trail to train you or your dog for longer and more difficult hikes. Nice view at the top and there's an easy hike around the lake at the start of the trail.
no bear this time and was a great hike in a serene woods scenery.
Good clean trail. Moderate hike. Good workout.
nice hike but had to make u turn Ftwr seeing a black bear. will try again!
beautiful trail, good workout. not a loop unless you use the much more difficult cable trail. views are before the summit, which is surrounded by high trees.
It was a very beautiful hiking trail, definitely moderate but don't underestimate it some parts were difficult. My only downfall for the hike was hoping for a very beautiful view at the top. We were able to catch some views but at the end of the trail it wasn't what I was expecting or hoping for. But still a beautiful hiking trail and many friendly hikers along the way.
It was a good sweaty hike! Of course I had a sweater on. My friends and my daughter had a good time. Ate salmon berries along the way. We got to the top and you can see Mount rainier, the valley was beautiful day for a hike!6/6/16
Hiked a month ago from highpoint. The road is steep, especially when it is close to the summit. But no open place to see remote mountains at the summit.
It was definitely a workout. Getting to the top for the view was worth it.
The hike is good, the view at the top is not. Still, I'd hike it again.
3/18/2016 (Friday) -- 10:10 - 14:40, partly sunny, strong southeast wind on hill top, 44-55F. Trails are dry. Snow remain at hill top. Move up by Nook, Section One to #3, #2, #1. The 'Unmaintained Trail' to #3 is OK for moving up, quite steep, difficult to move down. Few people use this trail. Many solo hikers, runners take West Tiger #3 trail as usual. Very big potholes to the parking place.
Hiked this one on Feb 7. It is a fairly easy hike and is good for beginners. There aren't great views at the top but you can play with the birds which is kind of fun. No snow and no slippery places. You can try this for fun.