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Iverson Railroad and Northwest Timber Trails

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Tiger Mountain State Forest

Iverson Railroad and Northwest Timber Trails is a 3.5 mile heavily trafficked out and back trail located near Hobart, Washington that features a great forest setting and is rated as moderate. The trail is primarily used for hiking, running, and mountain biking and is accessible year-round. Dogs are also able to use this trail but must be kept on leash.

Length 3.5 mi Elevation gain 524 ft Route type Out & Back
Dogs on leash Kid friendly Hiking Mountain biking Running Forest
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As of June 08, 2020, users have reported that many sections of this trail are closed due to logging. Please consult the park's website before visiting.

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Melvin Schnorr
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Hiking

2.2 miles in the forrest and 1.5 miles on dirt road back.

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John Leghorn
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Hiking

Using Tiger Mtn forest road #1000 on the up hill, I made it two laps / loops

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John Leghorn
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Hiking

Trail is dry and in great shape Sharing with bicyclist was not an issue

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Kurt Peters
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Brian Jenkins
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Hiking

First time! Took a wrong turn but made for a great day!

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Sus Champagne
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HikingBugsRocky

Iverson Trailhead is clearly marker at the upper parking lot (accessed by gated gravel logging road). Trail is rated “Difficult” on the sign, and should be Moderate here. The beginning is a serious climb with a hiking pack on. Not suggested for older / out of shape folks. Seems designed for trail-biking, and not hiking.

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Jeff Oakley
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Hiking

many sections closed due to logging. nice sunny, blue skies, rain-soaked, hail-strewn conditions

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Joel Taylor
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Mountain bikingMuddy

Did this with a baby trailer...would not recommend doing so. Had my 5 yr old and 7 yr old too. They did well. We went counterclockwise.

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Erin Riley
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Hiking

Wonderful hike for an out of shape 45 year old and two kids age 16/10. Relatively easy with some modest gain. Slight mud in spots, otherwise dry and stable footing! Will do again for sure!

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Lynn Lackey
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HikingClosed

trail is currently closed for State timber sale.

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Tom Sayles
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Andrew S.
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JM Segura C
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HikingSnow

Did this hike starting at 23:00 hrs and ended at 02:50 hrs. It took place during the winter night of January 15th and ended the early morning of January 16th. Forecast of that day: - Snowy and windy Don't not attempt this hike based on the parameters I applied on this hike, unless you're experienced and have the right gear.

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MARK KANIGOWSKI
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Phill Wadsworth
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Running

Tiger Mtn trail race. Good solid pace

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Greg Wilson
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Mountain bikingMuddy
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Angie Pellegrini
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HikingMuddyWashed out

I wrote out a review and it looks like I accidentally deleted it but the gist is: Steep and narrow in some areas. Not officially washed out but there was a party working on the drainage when we were there and if the rains continue it could become so. It was a very manageable hike with 4 kids between 7 and 10. No particular viewpoint but beautiful trail. I have some height anxiety so it was hard for me in areas but the bridges are well maintained. I’d definitely recommend it to friends and family.

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Vonnie Johnson
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Well maintained trail with several creeks and a few bridges.

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hether Campbell
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Hiking

when pop out on to gravel road go beyond .25 of a mile to more trail heads on tiger mountain.

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Beatrice Gil
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I like the trail but I don't think I truly came across a railroad type crossing or tracks which was what I expected. The trail does have several other trails near it as well.

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Formosan Rex
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Hiking

My advice would be to avoid West Side Road, which is a crushed gravel road for vehicles. It is better to stick with Iverson Railroad Trail, which is a pleasant pine needle covered path that gently winds through the forest.

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Xochil Squaglia
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Hiking

I did this trail with my 10 year old. It was a decent climb up from the lot, but only for about 15-20 minutes. Then it evens out and is absolutely beautiful. It does pour out onto a fire road for a bit at the end, but it was hilly so it's still a good workout. Would do again.

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Lorena Ruano
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Hiking

First 1.8 miles was through the woods and was a great view and end up at the wide rocky road and walk about 1.5 miles back.

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Ward Kaatz
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Hiking

Nice easy trail.

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Debbie Marshall-Officer
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Hiking

Easy hike..... first 1.8 miles through the forest was lovely and to our surprise/dismay the loop finished with 1.6 miles of wide road ....West side Road trail.

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