Hiking in the Northwest is a gift that keeps on giving. We get to enjoy the PNW and all of our stunning forests with just a quick drive from Seattle or the Eastside. Did you know that according to a Harvard medical study, hiking is a great way to ease stress?
And with even more parks, trails, and campgrounds opening up many of us are finally starting to venture out. Explorin the great outdoors is one of the things that unites us all in the PNW, so as more people use our parks and trails remember to maintain distance and be respectful of others.
***BONUS: These are also dog friendly trails so just remember to bring the leash!
Franklin Falls Trail | Snoqualmie National Forest | 1.7 miles
Asahel Curtis Nature Trail | Snoqualmie National Forest | 0.9 miles
Weeks Falls Interpretive Trail | Snoqualmie National Forest | 0.4 miles
Poo Poo Point Trail | Tiger Mountain State Forest | 6.8 miles
Little Si Trail | Snoqualmie National Forest | 3.8 miles
Cherry Creek Falls Trail | Duvall, WA | 5.0 miles
Rainbow Town & Red Town Loop Trail | Bellevue, WA | 0.8 miles
Coal Creek Trail | Coal Creek Park | 5.3 miles
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