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Conditioning Walk - Edmonds City Park and Through the Streets of Woodway

Let's start at Edmonds City Park and walk the beautiful neighborhoods of Woodway.  I haven't started from this end before so it will be an adventure for me too.  There may be some hills in which to challenge ourselves, but nothing too strenuous. Plan on walking about 3 miles and for an hour(or a little more).

Woodway, Washington began in 1912 when David Whitcomb, Sr. purchased the original 320 acres. Mr. Whitcomb was desirous of country living and developed his community by insisting on deed restrictions of two-acre minimum parcels with large setbacks. Nearby development in the early 1950’s threatened to incorporate Woodway’s lands so a grass roots effort established a fourth class city which provided development protection and independence as a community. These historical beginnings continue to guide present day policies.

Woodway is a tranquil residential community just north of the King/Snohomish County line. Woodway is true to its town logo — “The Quiet Place.”

Since Woodway is enjoyed as a walking and bicycling community, we place a high priority on keeping our streets safe for our residents and those from surrounding areas. Speed laws are strictly enforced.

Woodway is known as the "quiet place" typified by an atmosphere of private, residential living.

Trees are a community trademark with mature evergreen trees dominating the landscape. Thoughtful stewardship of natural surroundings is a priority among residents. To retain this important characteristic, the Town has adopted a Tree Preservation Ordinance. Please contact Town Hall before removing a tree.

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  • Kathy L.

    This route was 3.2 miles.

    April 25, 2013

  • Kathy L.

    Another wonderful walk with plenty to see. We don't just walk, we explore and have adventures and sometimes learn new things. Collene I hope you can follow the pictures.

    April 15, 2013

  • Kathy L.

    There is a small parking area just as you enter the park, near the performing stage and gazebo. Meet here-look for my blue Hyundai Tucson. I start right at 4 so if you are a few minutes late we will walk through the small (I mean small) trail area of this park to let the dogs do their business before heading up third towards woodway. Hopefully you will see us.

    April 15, 2013

  • Collene

    Oops, sorry have to cancel. Would be interested what route you take though!

    April 13, 2013

    • Kathy L.

      Austin will leave Jeb a pee trail.

      1 · April 14, 2013

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