Poo Poo Point Trail

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Poo Poo Point Trail is a 8 mile out and back trail located near Issaquah, Washington and is rated as moderate. The trail is primarily used for hiking.

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Taylor H. (63)

5 Completed2 Reviews

Good hike for beginners who want a challenge. Very much so uphill all the way to the top. Get ready for a workout but so worth it to get the view from the top. I went for an evening hike to catch the sunset. Trail is easy to follow in the dark.

Sumedha Polisetti (52)

7 Completed1 Reviews

Tim Blandford (81)

1 Completed1 Reviews

Pleasant trail. Parked at Issaquah High School and took High School Trail in. Gradual gain in elevation for majority of trail with a short section of switch backs. Views from Poo Poo Point were very nice and worth the effort. Not much in the way of landmarks on the way up, but a clean, well marked trail. Would be great for some trail running.

Jamal Fakhreddine (56)

1 Completed1 Reviews

Tave Hebert (103)

2 Completed2 Reviews

Started from high-point then took nook trail up..... I highly recommend taking this route if u want it to be a bit more challenging.

Annabelle Bauer (283)

4 Completed2 Reviews

Amazing hike! Rocky in parts so wear the proper shoes!

Asanga S (155)

2 Completed1 Reviews

Parked at issaquah high school and took the high school trail to poo poo point. It took us about 3-4hours round trip. Great hike! Elevation was steady. It was awesome seeing the paragliders at the top

Steve B. (218)

Great hike and great views at the top!

Haley Neary (75)

20 Completed1 Reviews

Beautiful, short hike. I live in the area and do this hike for a short, quick workout on a nice day. For newcomers, don't stop at the first clearing with the view of Mt. Rainier. The path continues to the top where you see a view of Lake Sammamish. Get there early (around 8-9am) on sunny weekend days as parking can be difficult.

Scott Haeger (122)

7 Completed7 Reviews