Hikers turn out to explore Greenway’s Hidden Trails

The Mountains to Sound Greenway Trust led 86 hikers from Issaquah to Preston on their Hidden Trails of Tiger Mountain Hike on July 19, part of the Explore the Greenway trip series.

The Mountains to Sound Greenway Trust led 86 hikers from Issaquah to Preston on their Hidden Trails of Tiger Mountain Hike on July 19, part of the Explore the Greenway trip series.

Issaquah Mayor Fred Butler welcomed hikers into the city, gathering at the Harvey Manning statue to celebrate the dozens of years of conservation work that helped create the recreation that Issaquah is now so well known for. Green Trails Maps created a custom map for the trip, outlining the hikers route along the northern flank of Tiger Mountain, including the city of Issaquah’s new trail system at Park Point.

The event was sponsored by Boeing, AAA Washington, Puget Sound Energy, Carter Subaru, and Green Trails Maps.

 

Jennifer Desplinter and her uncle, George Bennett, take young Griffin along for the hike.

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