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Cougar Mountain Regional Wildland Park, Issaquah

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Cougar Mountain Regional Wildland Park is a regional park in King County, Washington, near the towns of Bellevue and Issaquah. The park was established in June 1983 to protect the central core of Cougar Mountain, the park covers 3,115 acres (12.61 km2) with 38 miles (61 km) of hiking trails and 12 miles (19 km) of equestrian trails.
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  • There is a big paved parking lot for cars and horse trailers. There are 2 porta-potties. There are a lot trails here, including a horse trail. To get to the Coal Creek Falls, we took the Nike Horse... 
    There is a big paved parking lot for cars and horse trailers. There are 2 porta-potties. There are a lot trails here, including a horse trail. To get to the Coal Creek Falls, we took the Nike Horse...  more »
  • I really love stopping at this place all the people walking their dogs are very friendly and if a quiet peaceful place we can take long walks with a beautiful scenery haven't never seen no cougars or....  more
    I really love stopping at this place all the people walking their dogs are very friendly and if a quiet peaceful place we can take long walks with a beautiful scenery haven't never seen no cougars or....  more »
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  • Many trails, can take different paths. I am an average hiker, took about 3.5 hours to walk from the parking to the left side and back. Could have gone farther if needed. Coming back was uphill, keep that in mind when calculating time. Some places were muddy at the end of March, but the roads were easy to walk, and I only used sneakers. There are big trees and some beautiful streams.
  • An awesome park for a walk or a relaxed hike. Lots of wide trails of different lengths, including loops, which I usually prefer to out and back walks. We walked to Coal Creek Falls, which were very nice. Definitely will be back to explore other parts of the park!

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