Join the Sierra Club for a snowshoe hike and help be an advocate for Washington’s wolves. We’ll snowshoe to meadows near wolf habitat along Indian Creek, off the North Fork Teanaway River. The Teanaway pack has six members, including a breeding pair and are amongst the furthest west wolves have been located in Washington!
This outing will take place Saturday, December 14th. We will meet at the trail-head at 10:30 am but will carpool starting at 8:30 a.m. from the Eastgate Park and Ride. This outing is to highlight the return of Wolves to Washington after their extermination in the 1930's, in conjunction with a Wolf Rally in Seattle the next day to galvanize support for protecting our new neighbors: node/3377 (event details here)
Hike to West Tiger 2 and West Tiger 3 summits with transit shuttle; enjoy the West Tiger Mountain Natural Resources Conservation Area (NRCA) in the Issaquah Alps.
Join us for this spring hike on West Tiger Mountain that features a transit shuttle, climbs to both the WT2 and WT3 summits for views, and descends into Issaquah for a possible coffee shop stop before boarding the return bus. Find out the latest on Sierra Club advocacy around transportation and climate. The West Tiger NRCA features lakes, forested wetlands, several creeks, stands of Douglas fir with old growth characteristics, broadleaf trees bursting with new spring foliage, and a talus rock area.