Scheduled Walking Events
SPRING EVENT – MOUNTLAKE TERRACE
Date: Saturday, June 24, 2023
Distance: 10KM (6.2 miles) and 5KM (3.1 miles)
Location: Mountlake Terrace Recreation Pavilion, 5303 228th SW, Mountlake Terrace, WA. Please park on street.
DIRECTIONS: I-5 exit 179 220th SW, northbound Right, southbound Left, turn Right 56th Ave. W, turn Left 228th SW, start location on 53rd Ave W and 228th SW.
Ballinger Park is the newest walking park in Snohomish County, the Lakeview Trail is next to Ballinger Park and provides easy walk route to Ballinger Park. The Terrace Creek trail is quite neighborhood park thru a valley that finishes the 10k. 5k route is on MLT sidewalks to City Hall and return to finish.
Restrooms at the start and Ballinger Park. Free parking on the streets. Small parking lot at Mountlake Terrace Pavilion should only be used for visitors to the pavilion. Pets permitted but not in buildings. Owners responsible for leash and clean up laws.
Note: The club incurs costs to put on these walks, so we ask for donations. IVV/AVA credit is available at the customary fee.
If you would like to be notified of the following 2023 Saturday or Sunday Walks, please sign into www.meetup.com/walkers-574/ and select “Sign up” in the upper right hand corner and follow the directions. You will then receive notices whenever a walk is scheduled.
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