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Crosshaul

Issaquah Alps

The Crosshaul Trail is a short segment within the East Tiger Mountain trail network that connects with many other trails. Continue reading

Location

Issaquah Alps -- Tiger Mountain
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Length

1.5 miles, one-way

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  • Dogs allowed on leash

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Tiger Mountain is a dynamic forest owned and managed by the Washington State Department of Natural Resources (DNR). As a working forest it creates revenue for the state as well as providing recreation opportunities for hikers, mountain bikers, and horseback riders.

The Crosshaul Trail, a relatively new addition to this trail network, allows for one-way travel for mountain bikers and two-way travel for hikers. From the Tiger Summit Trailhead, travel on the Connector Trail to the Master Link Trail to the start of the Crosshaul Trail. Go for 0.4 miles on the Crosshaul Trail until it intersects access road 5700 and comes to an end. From here, the variety of dirt roads and trails make it easy to continue your journey or loop back to your car.

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Map & Directions

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Co-ordinates: 47.4679, -121.9362 Open in Google Maps

Trailhead

Issaquah Alps -- Tiger Mountain

Washington State Department of Natural Resources

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Guidebooks & Maps

DNR: Tiger Mountain Forest map.

Getting There

From I-90, take exit 25 and head south on highway 18. After 4.2 miles, turn into the wide pullout on the right. From here follow signs down a gravel road for 0.3 miles to the Tiger Summit Trailhead.

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