Scheduled Walking Events
Date: Saturday, November 27, 2021
Start: 9:00AM – 10:30AM
Distance: 10KM (6.2 miles) and 5KM (3.1 miles)
Location: Edmonds United Methodist Church, 828 Caspers Street, Edmonds, WA
DIRECTIONS: I-5: Exit #179 (220th SW). NORTHBOUND LEFT/SOUTHBOUND RIGHT. RIGHT on 9th Ave S. LEFT on Caspers St to Edmonds United Methodist Church on LEFT.
Walk on paved surfaces on two different 5km routes. One 5km route to waterfront and ferry terminal and return through the Main St business section. Second 5km route to Olympic View Dr with viewpoints of Puget Sound and Olympic Mountains. Suitable for strollers and wheelchairs.
Water at the beginning of walk. Restroom along the route. Pets permitted but not in buildings. Owners responsible for leash and clean up laws.
Donations of non-perishable food items for the Edmonds Food Bank are appreciated.
The City of Edmonds gives you the opportunity to enjoy beautiful views of Puget Sound and the Olympic Mountains, walking through city parks, marina, ferry terminal, and downtown for shopping & eats.
This is a unique opportunity to see the Town of Woodway with it’s horse stables, chickens, and beautiful homes followed by a walk in Edmonds neighborhood and historic cemetery ending with views of Puget Sound and the Olympic Mountains.
This walk highlights the City of Everett’s neighborhoods, college, arboretum, and waterfront. Enjoy breathtaking views from Overlook Park. 10K includes a pedestrian bridge over the railroad.
Leave your car in Edmonds and enjoy a relaxing ferry ride to Kingston, where the walk begins. Enjoy the marina, community center/library, neighborhood parks all in the quaint town of Kingston.
Wind your way through Lake Forest Park passing an African Safari. Walk in Log Boom Park by the Burke Gilman Trail, seeing views of Lake Washington, Mt. Rainier, following the goat trail in Sheridan Beach.
Relaxing walk through Edmonds and Lynnwood neighborhoods. First stop is Pine Ridge Park followed by Yost Park then a walk around Lynnwood Golf course. Enjoy these popular trails.
Walk is on paved trails along North Creek Nature area, to WSU extension garden, and McCollum Park. More to see at a sports park followed by Mill Creek Nature Trail to the fish ladder.
Discover a part of Shoreline that is rarely seen, unless you live here. Walk through Shoreline College & Shoreview Park, enjoying Innis Arden neighborhood, “Bear Trail’, community gardens, and views of the Olympic mountains.
Explore the city of Shoreline through neighborhoods, Ronald Bog, past schools, and recreation areas. The Interurban trail takes you past Echo Lake, Sky Nursery, over two pedestrian bridges.
Silver Firs is a pleasant neighborhood in Everett. Enjoy walking through Seattle Hill Tower of Power line trail, Willis D. Tucker Park, and short trails throughout this neighborhood.
Walk along the Centennial Trail and Snohomish riverfront trail. Snohomish downtown has many antique shops, unique stores, & variety of restaurants. Explore all the Historic neighborhood homes.