|Border Collies Tim and Hank Ready to Hike the Squak Mountain Trail|
The parking lot is a paved dead end street to the side of Mountainside Drive. Since Squak Mountain is a Washington State Park, a Discover Pass is needed for day use and parking.
|Squak Mountainside Drive Trail Head Parking Area|
|Bullitt Fireplace Trail Trailhead Sign|
|Squak Mountain State Park Natural Area Sign|
|Squak Mountain Trail Signs|
The trail has a variety of sights to enjoy including this interesting nurse log.
|Nurse Log on Squak Mountain|
Although I didn't test my cell phone reception while on the trail, I'm guessing it was 4 bars since this collection of radio towers is at the summit of Squak Mountain.
|Radio Towers at the Top of Squak Mountain|
The trail's namesake Bullitt Fireplace is what remains of the Bullitt family summer cabin.
|Border Collies Tim and Hank at the Bullitt Fireplace - Squak Mountain, WA|
|View of Lake Sammamish from Squak Moutain|
|Interpretive Sign on the Squak Mountain Trail|