Wildcat Beyond Trail is a 7.8 mile moderately trafficked out and back trail located near Bremerton, Washington that features a river and is rated as moderate. The trail offers a number of activity options and is accessible from March until November. Dogs and horses are also able to use this trail.
Loved this trail. I was there with my dog in January, so very little hiker traffic. But looks like it's a favorite local spot, for hikers and mountain bikers alike. Totally beautiful and a moderate/not difficult climb.
I love this trail- good hike with lots of shade. I went during the week so it wasn't too busy. I will go again.
The view is amazing at the top! The hike going up is very beautiful too. Mostly shady so it's great on a warm day. Bring water!
Great trail if you're looking for a hike through the forests, but not so much for vast scenic views. There is however, a pretty good spot to view Seattle from. While not a problem for the most part, be prepared to share the path with bikers and the occasional mound of horse leavings.
Decent hiking spot. Most of the trail is pretty heavily forested so if you're looking for views the entire time this isn't the one. There are several spots where the Seattle skyline can be seen from breaks in the trees. Lots vegetation along the trail and is there are some picturesque streams along the way. The trail was pretty crowded with hikers near the trailhead but fewer towards the end of the trail. Also saw a few mountain bikers and had to share the trail with some dirt bikes as well.
This was my first hike in the state of Washington since I moved here. It's a good easy and beautiful trail.
Great trail!! I did this one with a group of friends, a lot tougher than we all thought but a great time, the view at the top is worth the hike! My little pup even joined us.
Nice trail. Once you to the top you can see Seattle from there.
pretty easy climb, just a few muddy areas.good way to spend a Sunday, definitely will bring the dogs next time. kids had fun...And were wore out when we got home. A good way to end the weekend
I've hiked some of the trails but have never written a review so this is my first. I think the trail is a nice leisure walk through some fine second growth hemlock and cedar trees. I walked the trail counter-clock wise and it does gradually climb but nothing real serious. I met a few bicyclist and a couple other hikers but there's enough trail for everybody, meaning there was a lot of time by myself to enjoy the peace and quiet of the forest. Coming down on the other side I got a good view of the top half of Mount Rainier and a little further on, I could see Seattle. Overall, its a nice easy walk. Make sure you have your 'Discovery Pass with you to park legally in the lot. I did not have mine and took the walk anyway and I got a ticket for $99 bucks. Ouch! Have fun everyone and be safe out there.
I entered before the actual trail head and it was good for a while on bike but turned into a ton of technical uphill. Great for ORVs unless you walk most to the top then ride down. Lots of fun!
The frog song at the start of the trail was intoxicating. Unfortunately, the motor bike accompaniment killed the mood. It felt a little dicey sharing the trail with dirt bikes. Most of the riders were great, slowed down or stopped when we met on the trail, but it was nerve wracking to hear a bike but not see it around a corner. I liked the trail but probably won't use it much.
Not so bad. Good preparation for the legs to get some familiarization with a ruck.
Good trail for exercise and family. Nothing spectacular but good mild incline makes for good three plus hour day hike or a interesting bike ride. Riding up the trail is not advisable for most, a road is there to take you to the top. Watch out for crazy motorbikers that haven't learned a lesson yet. View from the top is pretty nice of the Bremerton Watershed and the Puget Sound.
Good hike for winter time exercise!
Great day hike. Spectacular views of Seattle and the Hood Cannal. There were only a few hikers and mountain bikers to share the trail with. Oh, and be careful not to step in horse poo on the trail.
Hikers avoid this one. If you like scenic views there is't any thing like that on Wild cat.