Talus Bridge Trail
The Talus Bridge Trail is a quick little hike through Cougar Mountain Regional Wildland Park. This park has plenty of trails on offer, so pick this one if you want a quick hike that isn’t very challenging. The trail is 1.1 km long and takes you to the Fantastic Erratic viewpoint and back. It’s moderately trafficked and rated as easy.
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Route Description for Talus Bridge Trail
The Talus Bridge Trail is one of many in the Cougar Mountain area. This quick little trip takes you to a viewpoint on a fern-lined trail. It’s very quick to complete, so consider checking out some of the other nearby trails if you want to keep exploring.
Begin from the parking street, taking the Talus Bridge Trail across West Tibbetts Creek. Enjoy the bright green surroundings as you stroll through the forest. There is one junction before the viewpoint where you’ll go right. The left-hand trail is the Bear Ridge route. The viewpoint is straight ahead, and then you’ll retrace your steps back to the trailhead once you’re ready.
Getting to the Talus Bridge Trail Trailhead
The trailhead for the Talus Bridge Trail is off NW Alpine Crest Way.
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