Summer is a lovely time to take advantage of sun and breezy weather to enjoy a walk in one of Seattle’s beautiful parks or check out one of the many city trails. Here are 5 walks for you to consider for your next trip out in Seattle.
The city’s largest park with wonderful wildlife and over 11 miles of hiking trails.
Photo by Veronika Patrashko.
The 2.8 mile trail around this in city lake is great for walkers, bikers, and roller skaters.
Photo by Brielle Miller.
Once a railroad, this popular trail in and around Seattle goes on for almost 20 miles.
Photo by James Grindle.
Myrtle Edwards Park
Located on Elliott Bay, this waterfront park is connected to the new Seattle Sculpture Park.
Photo by Josh Rohr.
Washington Park Arboretum
Along with an impressive collection of plants, this beautiful park is home to one of the oldest and most authentic Japanese gardens in the United States.
Photo by Emiko Atherton.