Tiger Mountain Update

Last updated June 27th, 2020

Hi folks,

Tiger mountain is open for hiking and paragliding.

In addition to social distancing guidelines, please make these extra efforts to stay safe:
1. Avoid flying in East winds
2. Avoid flying when wind speeds exceed 16 MPH on launch or landing
3. Cloud base below 1900ft
Please check the weather before making plans. and,-122.010,14 are both great resources.


If you have any questions, please contact the board at or reach out to me directly.

- Alex Leone (President) and the Board of the Northwest Paragliding Club


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About Us

The Northwest Paragliding Club is based in Issaquah, Washington and is one of the oldest and largest paragliding clubs in the United States. Issaquah is also home to Tiger Mountain, one of the most popular flying sites in the country. In addition to Tiger, NWPC members support a number of other sites across Washington including Blanchard, Baldy, Chelan, Dog, Rampart and Saddle.

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Northwest Paragliding Club
PO Box 2265
Issaquah, WA  98027
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