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 best used 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.