Taylor Mountain Loop
The Taylor Mountain Loop is 14.3 km long and considered moderate. This trail is a favorite for trail runners and casual hikers as it’s not too hard but can still get your heart rate up. Watch for horse traffic and be aware of muddy spots, especially after recent rain. There are lots of connecting trails if you want to keep exploring.
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Route Description for Taylor Mountain Loop
The Taylor Mountain Loop is a great mid-distance and elevation hike frequented by hikers, joggers, and equestrians. The trail can get muddy after rain, so walk carefully if it’s slick. Additionally, there are lots of connecting trails, so download your GPS track to stay on trail or if you want to explore a bit further.
Begin from the trailhead, where there are restrooms if you need them. Head on on the trail to the far right called Road A. Follow this to a 5-way junction and take Whiskey Still Trail on the right. Go through the next junction and then go right at the next. At the creek, turn left. Stay right at the Y-junction and then generally keep left around the loop. Take Road A to Southeast 188th Street and then road A again to the trailhead.
Getting to the Taylor Mountain Loop Trailhead
The trailhead for the Taylor Mountain Loop is on 298th Ave SE near the intersection with 276th Ave SE.
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