June 26, 2012
Issaquah Alps Trail Club
June 27, Wednesday 10 a.m. —
Meeting location varies, email the leader at allseasonhiking@hotmailcom.
Leaders choice between Cougar Mountain and Snoqualmie Pass Hike, moderate. To sign up and to get the meeting time and other details, contact Hazel Weissman at 724-816-0534 or email@example.com. Bring a WA Discover Pass and a National Forest Pass. Seven to nine miles, 1,800- to 2,500-foot elevation gain. Usually not difficult for regular hikers.
June 27, Wednesday — Lakes Talapus and Olallie Hike, moderate. You may get an opportunity to swim in Lake Olallie at lunch, depending on weather. This hike is moderate and usually not difficulty for a regular hiker. Bring a National Forest Pass. Seven miles, 1,600-foot elevation gain. Call Dick Amidei at 206-619-6906.
June 29, Friday 10 a.m. —
Tiger Mountain Dog Hike, easy.
Dogs are welcome. Bring a leash, water and scoop supplies. Leader’s choice; easy to moderate hike. Three to five miles, 400- to 800-foot elevation gain. Call Jean Lanz at 206-322-0990.
June 30, Saturday 9 a.m. —
Annette Lake Hike, moderate. Visit a lovely mountain tarn, bring a National Forest Pass; 7.5 miles, 1,900-foot elevation gain. Usually not difficult for regular hikers. Call Richard Mann at 633-7815.
July 1, Sunday — Green Mountain Hike, moderate. Hike through a forest of huge Sitka Spruce on the shortest trail to the Absolute Last Promontory, a viewpoint on the slopes of Green Mountain, which overlooks the Middle Fork of the Snoqualmie. The route leads through King County’s Middle Fork NRCA and the Department of Natural Resource’s Middle Fork State Forest. Bring a WA Discover Pass. Eight miles, 2,400-foot elevation gain. Usually not difficult for regular hikers.
Cougar Mountain Trail Run
The third installment of the SCOTT Cougar Mountain Trail Run Series is July 7. Register online at www.nwtrailruns.com; $35 until midnight July 5, $45 day of the event.
Open Gym Volleyball; Ages 16+
Community Center Courts 1, 2 and 3.
Mondays 6-9 p.m.
Open Gym Basketball; ages 16+
Community Center Courts 1, 2 and 3. Tuesdays 6-9 p.m.
Noon Time Hoops; ages 16+
Community Center Courts 1, 2 and 3. Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays, noon to 2 p.m.
40+ Noon Time Hoops; ages 40+
Community Center Court 2. Tuesdays and Thursdays from noon to 2 p.m.
Coed league — Issaquah Parks coed league for ages 18 and older is registering teams for its summer league. Call 837-3341.
Registration for Issaquah Soccer Club’s Recreation Teams U6-U18 is on-going, www.issaquahsoccerclub.org.