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Bells Mountain Trail begins about .2 miles in from Moulton Falls Park. Its hightest point neart he north end is about 1500 feet. The trail goes through fir and alder forests with glimpses of Mt. St. Helens and Mt. Adams.
The Bill Chipman Palouse Trail is a 10' wide, 8 mile path along an abandoned railroad line, with 13 bridges crossing Paradise Creek. Ride your bike or rollerblade all the way to Moscow!
The trail contains interpretive signs and 42 historical sites, most of which remain unmarked. Traveling west from the state line, one passes the site of the first bridge built over the Spokane River in 1864.
The local favorite place to hike is the lovely Clear Creek Trail, which winds through Silverdale's urban area.
Welcome to the Buck Lake area of the Hansville Greenway. Approximately 3 miles of trails are available for your exploration.
Hiking this trail offers the opportunity to find a changed shoreline, altered by the effects of the 1980 debris avalanche and lateral blast.
The Interurban Trail links Tukwila, Kent, Auburn, Algona, and Pacific along a near-straight 14 mile-long alignment following the historic Interurban Rail Line
Bike riders, walkers, joggers, and others enjoy travelling the 11.8 miles of paved surface. The Interurban Trail generally follows the route once used by the Interurban Trolley that ran from downtown Seattle to Everett from 1910 through 1939.
It provides superb opportunities to view birds, rock formations and waterfalls, along with offering picnicking stops, extensive waterfront access and a children's play center.
This park features 154 rustic acres of forest and meadows bordering the East Fork of the Lewis River, with a 3-mile trail system meandering throughout the park.
After a short distance, you will find the quiet "sit and listen" area which is dedicated to Dr. Sharpe, the designer of the interpretive trail design. The benches were made from trees which fell in the 2006 winter storms.
Visitors to this rugged and spectacular portion of the Monument can see effects of the 1980 eruption of Mount St. Helens.
Padilla Bay Shore Trail is a 2.25 dike top bicycle and pedestrian pathway. The estuary of the Skagit River is the most diverse, least disturbed and most biologically productive of all major estuaries on Puget Sound.
Salmon Creek Regional Park/Klineline Pond is a very popular place to swim, with a bathhouse, roped swimming areas and observation platforms.
Inner city 3.5-mile greenbelt trail with spots to dangle your toes in the creek. Ends at Klineline Pond, which has a fishing dock and a sandy beach fro the kids.
The trail offers extraordinary views of the river, the broad Sammamish River Valley, Cascade foothills and Mt. Rainier. Bicyclists, joggers, skaters, walkers, and others enjoy the trail as a regional recreation resource.
Vancouver Lake is great for beginning windsurfing, kayaking and canoeing, and hosts many college and professional rowing (sculling) competitions during the year.
The Water Resources Education Center lies along the trail, as do the Old Apple Tree, Marine Park, Kaiser Viewing Tower and Shipyards, and Tidewater Cove.
Port of Skagit maintains a popular 10.13-mile system of walking trails around its properties on Bayview Ridge. A gravel system winding through forests, along roadways and around wetlands, it is open to bicycles, pedestrians and their pets on leash.