Chirico Trail

MODERATE
#3 of 16 trails in Tiger Mountain State Forest
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Chirico Trail is a 3.6 mile out and back trail located near Issaquah, WA that features beautiful wild flowers and is rated as moderate. The trail is primarily used for hiking, walking, and trail running and is accessible from May until October. Dogs are also able to use this trail but must be kept on leash.

3.6 miles 1617 feet Out & Back
dogs on leash hiking trail running walking forest views wild flowers
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This is the shorter route to Poo Poo Point, beginning at the paragliding landing field rather than the high school several miles to the north.

Craig Miller

1 Completed0 Reviews

A G

3 Completed3 Reviews

Fanny Dos Reis

7 Completed7 Reviews

David Lam

35 Completed22 Reviews

11/20/2015 (Friday) -- This is a chilly but sunny day with good views. 11:35 - 2:45, 42-46F, with Steven. Lots of hikers with dogs. We saw para gliders take off, hover, and land, lots of fun. The trail is wet but in good condition.

David Lam

35 Completed22 Reviews

10/27/2015 (Tuesday) -- This is a mostly sunny day in a wet week after a rainy day, 11:20 - 2:30, 55-60F. Hike this trail with Steve, my 3rd time on this trail, 4th time to PPP. View is clear, with Mt Baker and Olympic peaks. See the takeoff and hover of a paraglider on the south site. The trail is wet but solid, slightly slippery when going down.

David Lam

35 Completed22 Reviews

9/27/2015 (Sunday) -- A fully sunny but chilly morning hike with Alex and Flavia. 9:40 - 11:15, 46-50F, stay for about 30 minutes. The parking is full. The traffic is busy. The trail is in very good condition (better than my previous visit in June). The view is superb on both sides (Issaquah and Mt Rainier). Space Needle is visible.

France Freeman

13 Completed4 Reviews

France Freeman

13 Completed4 Reviews

Great hike! I do this one a lot because it's close to work, a great workout and killer views. The trail is well maintained, somewhat steel but short. If you want to reach the top, be sure to go pass the open meadow another 5 minutes to the higher viewpoint. You'll see a large patch of artificial green, the launching pad for the paragliders. Fun to watch!

Ivey Hall

6 Completed2 Reviews

Awesome views at the top well worth the hike up. A little tough for a beginner but still doable.

Ivan Rodriguez

1 Completed1 Reviews

Wasn't as easy as I thought but the view from the top was breathtaking. This should be considered moderate due to the inclination in such a short hike.