Tradition Lake Interpretive Shelter

This open-sided, first come, first served shelter near the High Point Way/Tradition Lake trailhead can seat a group of approximately 25 people.

getting there

From I-90, a few miles east of Issaquah, take Exit 20 for High Point and turn south on 270th Ave SE. Just a few yards south of I-90, turn right onto SE 79th St and continue on west. The pavement ends in 0.4 miles, and a gate there is open each day from dawn until dusk. Drive through on the gravel road and park in the lot, or if you arrive before dawn or plan to come out after dusk, park on the road below the gate.

About the shelter

  • This open-sided shelter is very close to the parking lot.
  • A toilet is available, but no running water.
  • It has bench and table space for approximately 25 people.

INFORMATION FOR LEADERS

SCHEDULING & PERMITS

  • A reservation is required to use the shelter. Please contact our Member Services Team for help making a reservation.
Map
  • Green Trails Tiger Mtn No. 204S
Activities

Upcoming Activities



"Staying Found" Basic Navigation for Hikers and Backpackers - Tradition Lake Interpretive Shelter

Navigation, Trail Running, Day Hiking & Backpacking Clinic
Hands-on field day (including lecture and 4-6 mile practice hike) focused on learning and practicing
Difficulty: Easy
Sun, Apr 28, 2019
No Prerequisites
32 participants 9 leaders
Registration opens Jan 15
Foothills Branch

"Staying Found" Basic Navigation for Hikers and Backpackers - Tradition Lake Interpretive Shelter

Navigation, Day Hiking & Backpacking Clinic
Hands-on field day (including lecture and 4-6 mile practice hike) focused on learning and practicing
Difficulty: Easy
Sat, May 18, 2019
No Prerequisites
32 participants 9 leaders
Registration opens Jan 15
Foothills Branch
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