"Scout Lake" Jada's Memorial Dog Trek (Every fit pup is welcome) " Humans Ok"

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Yes my sweet pup passed away today!
The best hiking friend in the world.......
Its all good as she was amazing with all you meet up friends!!!!!!!!11

Join me us on this very cool obscure unknown mountain lake! This will be a quick and short power hike on a rough fisherman trail to Scout Lake and maybe beyond? The trail starts out on a rocky overgrown logging road for the first half then scrambling up steeply through a pleasant old growth forest to the lake!

"Hey people"
This is a short hard core scramble hike with bush waking and bugs............

"We will only meet at the P+R and caravan together due to the difficulty of finding the trail on back country logging roads" (No meeting at the trail head)

Will provide driving directions for the drivers at the P+R!

"Please be committed to attending with no last minute no shows or cancellations"

No passes required at trail head! Discover Pass is needed for our picnic!

All dogs welcome!! I am bringing my pup Jada only in spirit today!

Bring your swim suits........................


• Distance: 3+ miles RT Hiking route is subject to change

• Elevation gain: 900+ FT

• High point: 3900 FT +

• Difficulty: Short but strenuous due to the many blow downs and bush wacking!

• Hiking time: 3:00 hours

• Hiking speed: Quick leisurely pace with plenty of breaks

What to bring: Insect repellent, layered clothing, trekking poles, sturdy shoes or boots, camera, sunscreen, water and snacks.


• 12:00 PM- Meet at Issaquah Highlands P+R

• 1:15 PM - Start hike at our crazy hidden departure...........

• 4:30 PM - Back to our cars

"5:00 PM A short mini picnic at Olallie State Park along the Snoqualmie River"
Discover Pass is required at the state park......................

I will bring beverages for all as you just bring simple finger foods and snacks......................

Carpools encouraged!

Driving Directions: Google it

More info: http://www.wta.org/go-hiking/trip-reports/trip_report.2017-06-29.9208664107