South Tiger Mountain Trail

MODERATE 60 reviews

South Tiger Mountain Trail is a 4 mile lightly trafficked out and back trail located near Issaquah, Washington that offers scenic views and is rated as moderate. The trail is primarily used for hiking and trail running and is accessible year-round. Dogs are also able to use this trail.

DISTANCE
4.0 miles
ELEVATION GAIN
889 feet
ROUTE TYPE
Out & Back

dog friendly

hiking

trail running

views

blowdown

over grown

hiking
1 month ago

Horse poop. Lots of horse poop. Other than that, it is a decent little trail.

hiking
2 months ago

hiked to the creek and back

hiking
2 months ago

hiking
2 months ago

hiking
3 months ago

skiing
3 months ago

3 months ago

3 months ago

great hike without tons of people even on a holiday! pretty easy great for dogs

5 months ago

6 months ago

6 months ago

trail running
6 months ago

7 months ago

Prime blackberry pickin'!

hiking
8 months ago

hiking
9 months ago

trail running
9 months ago

this trail is awesome, easy to run ! 1 spot for horse poop but go around it, total loop to power lines was 4.23miles.. a couple water spots but you can walk around or step on a log.

hiking
11 months ago

There aren't many viewpoints but this is a very lush and beautiful area. Our biggest complaint with this trail was the amount of horse poop present. There were narrow parts of the trail that were very difficult to get around the piles. You constantly had to be looking at the ground to make sure you weren't going to step in anything because it was just about every minute that you would run into another pile. We ended up hiking the forest road down and then onto Tiger Mountain Rd SE back to our car just so we wouldn't have to deal with it. Doing this actually brought us to a nice viewpoint where we were able to overlook the valley and see other mountains in the distance. Overall this is not a bad hike, we just wish there was better trail etiquette from the equestrian riders.

hiking
Tuesday, August 09, 2016

Tuesday, July 26, 2016

walking
Saturday, July 23, 2016