Poo Poo Point Trail

MODERATE
#1 of 16 trails in Tiger Mountain State Forest
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Poo Poo Point Trail is a 6.8 mile out and back trail located near Issaquah, WA that offers the chance to see wildlife and is rated as moderate. The trail is primarily used for hiking and walking and is accessible year-round. Dogs are also able to use this trail but must be kept on leash.

6.8 miles 1945 feet Out & Back
dogs on leash kid friendly hiking walking old growth views wildlife
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Take I-90 E to exit 17. Turn right onto Front St. (becomes Issaquah-Hobart Rd.). In 1.5 miles turn left onto 2nd Ave. Immediately on the right is a small gravel parking lot that is the trailhead.

Sarah Fallen

1 Completed1 Reviews

Brittany Justham

1 Completed1 Reviews

Matt Kite

8 Completed8 Reviews

For a trail that starts behind a suburban high school (Issaquah High), Poo Poo Point nevertheless takes you somewhere wild, or at least wild-ish. Lots of people on the trail, at least when we went on a weekend, but the view from the point is gorgeous. From left to right: Squak Mtn., Cougar Mtn., the Olympics, downtown Bellevue, Lake Sammamish, and the Issaquah/Sammamish plateau. You can even see Issaquah High, where we ended up parking. Yes, parking is extremely limited at the trailhead (about six or seven spots) and the street (maybe four or five more). Unless you arrive early, you'll likely have to park at the high school. Short video and photos of our hike:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_1Y_Yelm3lg

Damien Champ

18 Completed14 Reviews

I feel like this trail is a little bit overrated. The view at the top isn't amazing, you're mostly just looking down at the city of Issaquah.

Kate Gallagher

10 Completed10 Reviews

Was definitely a workout for a new hiker. Beautiful view of Issaquah at summit,

Alison Ulrich

4 Completed2 Reviews

Mary Anderson

3 Completed3 Reviews

Great hike!! Nicely maintained trail. About 2.5 miles in Crampons were a must. Extremely icy.

Jane Yuen

3 Completed2 Reviews

A bit snowy and icy so I'd definitely recommend spikes! The hike up and view was gorgeous especially during the winter months

Alex Crowell

2 Completed1 Reviews

Honestly a great view of everything ! The olympics, Seattle, Bellevue, and other beautiful places. WARNING the trail gets icy the higher you go in the winter months so be wary about it

Hamziye Aman

1 Completed1 Reviews

It was amazing. This is my first hike with my whole entire family. My sibling that where 6 and 9 years old completed the trail. It was cold but we were dressed for it. On top of the mountains there were snow which was breath taking. Another thing to look out is that the snow has turn into black ice for some part of the trail, so having a hiking shoes will help with that.