nature trips

wild flowers

trail running

kid friendly

dogs on leash


dog friendly

horseback riding

Cougar Mountain Regional Wildland Park is a regional park in King County, Washington, near the towns of Bellevue and Issaquah.

4 days ago

4 days ago

Nice walk in the fall, even after rain. The road is still not that wet. One thing to remember is the viewpoint is nothing but a small platform with little view to Renton direction thru trees. And if you continue after the view point, make sure you do not turn right into a way to local community. Always check GPS for right turns.

9 days ago

Quiet, covered trail. Well marked except toward the finish where it seems like you don’t see a trail marker for quite a long time. Two small moving creeks you can step over easily, and a little waterfall near the beginning. One large tree down you have to climb over or crawl under. Stopped at every view point (including Debbie’s) but it was a cloudy day so sights were limited.

17 days ago

18 days ago

Well marked and a very pleasant trail to hike on. No views today on Debbie’s View but a great hike nevertheless.

Loved it! Nice quite trail, very few people. Nice interval incline and declines to keep it interesting. Don’t miss Debbie’s View at the end

23 days ago

Well maintained trails and a beautiful setting! Only problem is the trail heads are confusing. We pooped around several times, and while we found the swamp and the mine shaft which were great, we never found the waterfalls. Ran into a couple other hikers with the same issue, haha.

Well marked. Mostly flat.