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Help Build a New Issaquah Trail System at Park Pointe

Posted by Anna Roth at Oct 25, 2013 01:50 PM |
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Join WTA to develop a trails system for the City of Issaquah on the Park Pointe property, located between the Issaquah High School and Tiger Mountain.

Join WTA and be a part of this a great new project! Washington Trails Association is working with the City of Issaquah to develop a trails system for their Park Pointe property, located between the Issaquah high school and Tiger Mountain.

Originally intended to be a housing development, the City of Issaquah preserved Park Pointe as part of a 2010 agreement involving a transfer of rights to protect open space and views near the city. Situated on the edge of Tiger Mountain, the 102-acre park is adjacent to Issaquah High School.

The trail being developed for the area will provide a loop hike within the property, as well as connections to the High School trail and other access trails on Tiger Mountain. When finished, the project will add almost two miles of trail to the trail system in the Issaquah Alps.

Sign up for an upcoming work party

This is a great opportunity to get your hands dirty and help out your community right in your own backyard.

> WTA will be working at Park Pointe until mid-November, so be sure and sign up!

Photo Credit: Kirt Lenard

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