Seawall walk, rose gardens, forest walks, zoo, the Vancouver Aquarium as well as a miniature railway.
50 km of walking, cycling, jogging and equestrian trails.
Home of hundreds of fishing boats also a great place to buy fresh seafood.
Fifty acres of gardens and the Ross Fountain. Also restaurants, seed and gift store.
Visit Antique and collectibles shops in numerous auction houses along a three block section of Fort Street, from Blanshard to Cook.
When visiting here you can stroll the grounds, take in the magnificent water views or check out the critters in mini zoo.
There are four parks bordering this trail: Gasworks Park, Mathews Beach Park, Tracey Owen Station and Blyth Park. The entire length is 15.2 miles.
A great selection for sightseeing and taking in the views of Puget Sound alongside Elliot Bay and the Duwamish River.
This popular walking trail is situated at the water's edge in the heart of the city with stunning views across Puget Sound to the Olympic Mountains.
Experience Seattle's Waterfront with spectacular views of Elliot Bay.
A city side favorite destination for all kinds of foot traffic.
When walking here you'll enjoy views of Mt. Rainier also rural farmland in the Kent Valley. The trail is 13.6 miles long.
Tour the sights of Pike Place Market, the Waterfront and Pioneer Square with the always entertaining Terry D. Seidler. Learn all sorts of fun trivia along the way during these 1-3 hour tours available for individuals as well as corporate groups. You'll also enjoy the Mystery & Scavenger Hunts and Scrambles which are great team-building morale events for kids and adults.
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On the first Thursday of every month you can head to the Pearl District and make the rounds.
Stroll the grounds while taking in the International Rose Test Gardens.
Take in the beauty then head to the Wildwood Trail.
Two mile stretch of riverfront greenery. A rave fave location for walkers and joggers.
Custom itineraries for Washington, Oregon and British Columbia.
Take a leisurely stroll under the Thurman Bridge to Mc Cleary Park.