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Wednesday Evening Walk -St Edward State Park- Kenmore

Let's do a series of urban forest walks.  We will be walking on trails in parks and probably some neighborhoods surround the parks. The paths may be muddy, dusty, uneven and rocky in places.  Come prepared with proper footwear - no flip flops or crocs.  There may be some uphill and down but I will try not to make it too strenuous and if you have difficulty let me know and I may be able to provide an alternate route.  We will walk 3-5 miles, in about 1.5 to 2 hours (starting promptly at 7 we will be done by 9pm)

This week  we will hike through Saint Edward State Park.  The trails should be dry by now, there are some steep trails down to the beach and back but there are also some upper fairly flat trails.  You do need a Discover Pass to park here.

SAINT EDWARDS STATE PARK


 Saint Edward State Park is a 316-acre day-use park with 3,000 feet of freshwater shoreline on Lake Washington. Once a Catholic seminary, the park's rich history reflects in its grounds and architecture. Walks along the undeveloped lakeshore are peaceful and give the visitor many opportunities for nature study. The park offers many outdoor play amenities. The park hosts the last undeveloped waterfront along Lake Washington's shore. Bald eagles, otters and other animals may be viewed along the 3/4-mile natural portion of the perimeter. An indoor swimming pool and gymnasium are available. The Carole Ann Wald Memorial Pool, named in 1969 for the sister of a seminary student by their father (a major donor), now provideds year-round, indoor public swimming programs for all ages and abilities. The park has two sites suitable for weddings and other special events.

Remember that the weather is getting warmer and access to water may not always be available along the way (but is in some cases) so bring along water for your dogs and yourself.

Dogs in attendance must be leashed and have their owner present.

Children under the age of 12 must be in a stroller, leashed or have a separate handler than the dog. They are not allowed to walk the dog and must be respectful and stay away (unless invited) from dogs that are not their own.

We will make it a priority to walk as a group.  Paces may be a little different but I will stop along the way for others to catch up.  Everybody needs to watch out for others.  Let somebody know if you need a break or are going to turn around/

Please check email or this site the day of the event for any last minute changes or cancellations due to weather, road closures, illness, etc.  I will try to post last minute details by 7am.

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  • Kathy L.

    Nice hike, nice evening. Thanks for coming out even if the rain was threatening elsewhere.

    August 1, 2013

  • Susan Y

    Pouring rain here..

    July 31, 2013

  • A former member
    A former member

    I tried to make it last Wednesday but arrived late and parking lot was full.

    July 31, 2013

  • Kathy L.

    meet in the parking area in the front of the seminary. Look for my blue hyundai tucson. I try to start right at 7 to give us plenty of time to complete while it is light out (hard to believe sunset is before 9pm now). Wear good footwear - no flip flops or crocs. No flexi leads on this hike. The trail can be narrow and steep in spots.
    See you all later, have a great day.

    July 31, 2013

  • Kathy L.

    Don';t forget you need a Discover Pass to park at this park. They can be purchased online (go to state park web site),
    REI, Big 5 Sports, Fred Meyer to name a few - $10 day pass, $30 for an annual pass.
    If you need a ride from near by post it here and maybe somebody can pick you up.
    This will be a hike. We hike down to the lake and then what goes down must come up. Keep that in mind, it may be a little strenuous but there is no rush. Bring water.

    July 30, 2013

  • A former member
    A former member

    Hi, I love dog and have a dog, but I will just go by myself this time.

    July 29, 2013

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