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West Tiger Creek Trail is a 3.1 mile lightly trafficked out and back trail located near Walla Walla, Washington that offers the chance to see wildlife and is good for all skill levels. The trail is primarily used for hiking.

Length 3.1 mi Elevation gain 521 ft Route type Out & Back
Hiking Forest Views Wildlife
Waypoints (1)
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End of Trail
The maintained part of the trail appears to end here leading to a game trail continuing up the ridge leading to a bedding area. Heard LOTS of elk extremely close by.
45.96913, -118.05583
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Reviews (11)
Photos (20)
Recordings (7)
Completed (25)
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Darren Carstens
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Great hike for any level. Trail is clear. Beautiful scenery! Saw deer.

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Suzanne Timms
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Trail has been cleaned up. No trees on the path. Nice shaded areas, small creeks. Great quiet place. Easy access from a graveled road.

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Angela Duarte
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Hiking

Great trail, fun for the kids! We had five kids with us ranging from 2-12 and everyone had a great time. All the wash outs from spring flooding seemed to have been repaired and the road to get there was easily traveled. A few fallen trees over the trail but that just made it more fun :)

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Sadie Drury
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HikingBlowdown

This is a beautiful and very easy trail. There’s 4 creek crossings. There are trees down now but they are easily navigated. We took our children, 3 and 7, and they handled it easily. Later in the year there’s a lot of stinging nettle and wasps.

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Cory Sutton
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HikingBlowdownOver grown

Nice shaded hike but will have to scramble over or around fallen trees from recent (Spring 2020) flooding. Portions of trail overgrown and easy to lose, as well.

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Dustin Rae
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HikingBlowdownBridge outFloodedOver grownRockyScrambleWashed out

Has potential just too much damage right now from floods.

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Heather Weddle
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HikingMuddyRockyWashed out
First to Review

We weren’t able to go very far up the trail due to the February flood washing out a safer creek crossing.

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Heather Weddle
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Mafer Frantz
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Laura Zaro
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Brendon Rittenhouse
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