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Talus Rock Trail, Nook Trail, Tradition Lake Loop, West Tiger 3

Issaquah Alps -- Tiger Mountain

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Hiked: Apr 15, 2018

Beware of: trail conditions

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Last minute Sunday afternoon hike after spotting a hole in the radar! We still got a little sprinkled on, but it was a nice walk in the woods.

We parked at the High Point Trailhead, lots of empty spots around 1:30p. We took the Around the Lake Trail to the Nook Trail. The Nook Trail is very vibrant right now--lots of running water and bright green moss everywhere. We took a left onto the Talus Rocks Trail. The water is running pretty high from recent weather but we navigated the waterfall crossing fairly easily, though we did walk a bit down instead of trying to walk precariously on the wet logs. There was one other semi-tricky water crossing that we went up and around to avoid stepping on slick, submerged rocks.

We then headed back down on the T3 trail back close to where we started and then continued on again on the Around the Lake Trail to add a bit more length and time ro our hike. This very section is flat. We followed it to the right after the bus and then continued on to connect up with what I think is the swamp trail?... runs to the north of the lake and then back to the parking lot! We've done this loop before--a nice 4 mile, 800' gain afternoon walk no matter what the weather.

Puget Power, Tradition Lake Loop, Wetlands Trail, Bonneville Trail, Bus Trail, West Tiger 3

Issaquah Alps -- Tiger Mountain

Hiked: Apr 8, 2018

Beware of: trail conditions

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Many People - Got to the High Point Way trailhead/parking lot at 9am. I'd say it was about 2/3 full. Was very surprised that there were so many people out that early, especially with the wind/rain. When I left a little after 1p, the sun was starting to come out, but it was still pouring. Parking lot was only half full, but lots of cars along the road (some for this trailhead, most were for the other nearby trailheads). With the number of people out here on a bad day, can't imagine what the parking lot/street look like in the middle of summer.Conditions – We’ve gotten a few inches of rain in the last few days, so the trails were all muddy. Throughout the hike, there were maybe a half dozen spots total where I couldn't avoid stepping in a few inches of mud, so not really that bad. But there were some spots that were covered with ankle deep water (many spots like this on the Bonneville Power Trail the Bus Trail). You could skirt the edge of the trail in most cases to avoid the deepest water. WT3 is pretty steep in most places, and there were a lot of areas (especially after it crosses the Cable Line Trail) where it was like a river right on the trail.

Maps are important - I'm directionally challenged, and I'm used to trails with either great signs everywhere, or only one trail. So I knew I had to bring my "A game" for this one. Instead, I think I showed up with my "C- game" (still passing, but maybe I should've studied more).

What I planned to do: Puget Power Trail -> Tradition Lake Loop/Around The Lake Trail -> Bus Trail -> West Tiger #3 Trail; Total should’ve been 6.5mi.

What I ACTUALLY did: Puget Power Trail -> Wetlands Trail -> took left fork back to Puget Power Trail -> Turned around took the other fork continued on Wetlands Trail -> Bonneville Power Trail -> Puget Power Trail -> Tradition Lake Loop/Around The Lake Trail -> Bus Trail -> West Tiger #3 Trail. Total 9mi.

Looked @ Green Trails map at a kiosk at the intersection of the Wetlands Bonneville Power Trails, but there was a HORRIBLY placed "You Are Here" arrow on the map that actually got in the way of the trail, so I couldn’t see that the Bus Trail was just a little S of this location, so that’s why I went back N. :(

#ProTip There are a lot of side trails/forks. Unless you know exactly where you are going, you should bring a map or cell phone with a trail map app.(Yeah, that’s one of the ten essentials. I’d done my research with WTA/AllTrails maps before the hike, and had a general understanding of where I was going. So I wasn’t TOO concerned about taking wrong turns. It was just going to mean a longer hike. I was comfortable with the extra distance, but if the weather was better I definitely would've consulted a map on my phone.

Around The Lake Trail – It was really rainy/windy, so I was mostly trying to keep my head down. That’s how I missed the entrance to this one, which caused all of my other directional problems. There’s no sign on the main trail. But if you look to the left side of the trail, you can see the entrance fence + sign from Puget Power Trail. Note: If you get to the Bonneville Power Trail, you’ve gone too far!

Rain Newb - Today was my first ever hike in the rain. I figured I could use the experience of dealing with the bad weather, but in hindsight maybe I should’ve started with a shorter hike to identify some critical gear deficiencies. Overall, I’ve never been so wet from head to toe.

Gloves - I realized about 1mi into it that my gloves were apparently neither waterproof NOR water resistant. So I basically wore sponges on my hand for the entire hike. Thankfully, my hands still stayed warm enough for the hike. Had a thicker pair of gloves with me, but they were fleece would’ve been worse.

Shell – Got completely soaked through. It was a cheap, old Columbia jacket that I was waterproof but never used it for continuous time in the rain like this. Once that soaks through, it’s game over now everything else was wet. Definitely did not help that I left 1-2 pockets open at various points. Oops.Boots/Socks – Knew that foot care is critical, especially for long hikes. And I thought the boots were waterproof (definitely Gore Tex). But I have my doubts after today’s experience. Had on rain pants, and those my hiking pants covered the tops of the boots. But my socks were soaked, and I ended up pouring about a quarter cup of water out of one of the boots when I got home. Hope they’ll be dry again by summer. Could be that these got soaked because water got through the shell, and compromised all of my other layers.

If you have any advice for avoiding any of these problems for me or other hikers that will hopefully read this, please share below!

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Issaquah Alps -- Tiger Mountain

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Hiked: Mar 16, 2018

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