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Poo Poo Point Trail

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 4.2 (6)

This trail climbs to Poo Poo Point from the north.


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Map Key

2.5

Miles

4.0

KM

Point to Point

1,920' 585 m

High

537' 164 m

Low

1,435' 437 m

Up

152' 46 m

Down

12%

Avg Grade (7°)

41%

Max Grade (22°)

Dogs Leashed

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Description

The trail starts at the Bonneville Trail and ascends steadily into the Many Creek Valley. The trail crosses multiple creeks as it winds through the second-growth forest. After crossing West Creek, the trail climbs more steeply up the slope.

At the top of the main climb, the trail passes the W Tiger Railroad Grade Trail and the One View Trail. The route then descends slightly before climbing up to Poo Poo Point. Poo Poo Point presents great views of Puget Sound, Seattle, and the Olympics.

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Sarah Baker

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  4.2 from 6 votes

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#357

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#7,663

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Photos

Lake Sammamish seen from Tiger Mountain
May 29, 2015 near Mirrormont, WA
Paraglider off Tiger Mountain
Apr 12, 2019 near Mirrormont, WA
The view on a cloudy day. I suggest coming back in the sunshine!
May 29, 2015 near Mirrormont, WA
A Para Glider Surveys the Landscape
Apr 24, 2018 near Mirrormont, WA
Paraglider trying to take off
May 29, 2015 near Mirrormont, WA
A Para Glider Stares Down his Parachute
Apr 24, 2018 near Mirrormont, WA

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Apr 28, 2019
Venkat R Gandlapathi
7mi
Mar 10, 2019
Chris K
trail run from school parking area 7mi — 1h 38m
Nov 26, 2018
Nicholas Bowers
Aug 4, 2018
Saideep Bollam
4.4mi — 2h 54m
Aug 1, 2018
Andrew Davis
Jul 11, 2018
Homer Screws
Jan 28, 2018
Hana Sexton
Minnie almost died but it was fun. Pretty easy trek both ways. Stepping stones made a safer route than mud 4.1mi
Aug 31, 2014
Robert Mahaffey