Burke Gilman Trail in Lake Forest Park YRE 10k

From Lake Forest Park town center thru Shoreline neighborhood, around Acacia cemetery, down to Burke Gilman Trail. BGT to Log Boom park, walk onto the fishing pier at Log Boom Park on Lake Washington. Return on goat trail road with great views of Lake Washington from an elevated vantage point.

This walk is 10km and rated 2B for hills.

Afterwards, in case anyone wants to join me, I will get a bite to eat at the Honey Bear Bakery and then stay to hear Daniel James Brown, author of The Boys in the Boat, at the Third Place Commons stage. His talk is from 7-8pm.

Directions from I-5:  take exit[masked]th NE/Ballinger Way, I-5 northbound exit right, I-5 southbound left at stop light. Ballinger Way SR104 to end at Bothell Way. Turn right and then an immediate right into the Albertson's parking lot.

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  • Carla

    Great walk, thanks Neil.

    July 30, 2014

  • Linda P.

    I have a purple baseball for an ankle today and don't think it would be too wise to walk a 10K and work a 12 hour shift afterward, so I'm going to bow out. Will miss going this gorgeous day!

    July 28, 2014

    • Linda M

      Hope you're mended by the weekend. More fun in the sun coming!

      July 28, 2014

    • Joy

      Good choice, take care of yourself!

      July 28, 2014

  • Linda M

    Sorry for the last minute cancel. Too busy at work to feel comfortable leaving at 3:30p. Enjoy!

    July 28, 2014

    • Carla

      Oh who are you kidding. You're probably just too sore from yesterdays excursion. LOL! We will miss you.

      1 · July 28, 2014

    • Linda M

      Surprisingly my numerous bug bites are bothering me more than muscles. Susan P where were you?

      1 · July 28, 2014

  • Patricia H.

    I'm not able to make it today after all, van issues I have to take care of before my vacation starts Thursday. See you next time.

    July 28, 2014

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