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Poo Poo Point, Paraglider Launch Site, Issaquah, WA
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Poo Poo Point is a bare shoulder on the West Ridge of West Tiger Mountain in the Issaquah Alps. An outdoor carpet marks the popular launch point for paragliding and hang gliding. We arrived just before noon on a cloudy day after hiking 4.5 miles with 1,650 elevation gain. We’ll come again when the sun and the fliers are out.
Copyright: Bill edwards
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Uploaded: 21/07/2012
Updated: 03/07/2014
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Tags: issaquah; poo poo point; washington; west tiger mountain
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