With more than 200 miles of trails, over a dozen trailheads and 1,300 acres of open space in our backyard, it's easy to see why Issaquah is nicknamed Trailhead City.
Now we've got a new resource for exploring our community's beautiful natural environment — our Issaquah Trails Map, a comprehensive guide to the network crisscrossing our community's parks, neighborhoods and public open space.
You can access the map online at issaquahwa.gov/trails, or pick up a copy at upcoming community events:
Created by the City of Issaquah Parks & Recreation Department, City of Issaquah GIS and the King County GIS Center, our new map features a variety of experiences. Whether you want a family-friendly walk or something to get your blood pumping and your legs burning, try some of our favorite hikes to get acquainted with our outdoor offerings.
Centered within the Issaquah Alps — Cougar, Squak and Tiger mountains — our community is a destination for countless outdoor enthusiasts.
Recognized as one of Outside Magazine's Best Towns, Issaquah offers many opportunities to get outside and explore our natural environment.
We invite you explore some of our favorite outdoor destinations, and find out why our nickname is Trailhead City!