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Ring Road Trail

Part of the Cougar Mountain Regional Wildland Park.
Difficulty: Easy
Length: 0.3 miles
Duration: Less than 1 hour
Family Friendly

Overview :  This short trail is located in between the Wilderness Peak and Longview Peak. You will hike down a gentle trail through a ravine... more »

Tips:  How to get here:

From I-90, take exit 15 and head south on Highway 900 for 3.3 miles. The trailhead marker will be on your right, see... more »

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Points of Interest

1. Ring Road Connector Trail

This is the start of the Ring Road Trail. This is a short hike away from the Cougar Mountain Park. It is horse accessible and appears to be used mainly by the locals who live in the cul-de-sac at the trails end.

2. Ferns and Tall Grasses

On this trail you can see wide open spaces with tall grasses and giant ferns. There trees smaller with large open areas on one side of the trail. The trail is narrow in many areas and does not appear to get much use.

3. Park Boundary

This is the end of the trail; it leads out of the Cougar Mountain Park. At the end will be a fallen tree and a sign indicating you have reached the border to the park.

The trail splits off onto 2 unofficial trails that will connect you to the neighborhoods off of 182nd Ave SE. Many of the trails will lead you into somebody’s backyard, so if you... More