In addition to the 200 miles of public green space and trails within the Issaquah Alps, Talus consists of a mountain-village design that includes 50,000 square feet of retail space. Quaint shops, favorite retailers and great restaurants—it’s all here.
The land that protects the Gateway to the Issaquah Alps is mostly protected or enhanced natural space, including nearly 400 continuous acres; providing one of the final links in the vast mountains to Sound Greenway. This dedicated region also preserves a critical wildlife corridor connecting the Issaquah Alps and setting aside a habitat for native flora and fauna.
Located near Renton, Bellevue, Lake Sammamish and approximately 15 miles from downtown Seattle, Issaquah combines small-town warmth and a wealth of activities nearby, making it the ideal location for a vibrant community like Timber Ridge.
Occasions for cultural enjoyment abound with the Community Center, summer concerts on the green, Pioneer Reunion, Issaquah Musical Festival, Art in the Park, Salmon Days Festival, Eagle Sanctuary, Talus Trail Center, Lake Sammamish, World Famous Boehm Candies, Washington State Salmon Hatchery, Weekly Farmers Market at Pickering Barn and the Historic Train Depot.
The Timber Ridge Community Life Services Director also plans a complete calendar of cultural, recreational and social opportunities from concerts and lectures to special events and excursions, each an ideal chance to cultivate new friendships.