What we're about

Feet First is a local nonprofit working to ensure all communities in Washington are walkable. We organize many fun walking events throughout the year---come walk with us!

Most of the walks are led by trained Feet First's Neighborhood Walking Ambassadors. Our Feet First Walks are for everyone who wants to discover new walking paths, experience other places on foot, and meet friends. Walking together is a healthy, sustainable, and fun form of transportation providing a better understanding of our surroundings and how to improve them and the opportunity to share knowledge. You'll see a whole lot more at 3mph compared to 30mph!

To learn more about the work we do, take a look at: www.feetfirst.org

Whether you walk your child to school, walk to the senior center, or walk to your bus, or just enjoy walking in your neighborhood, we work to ensure everyone has a safe way to go by foot.

With your support, Feet First is working hard to make that happen.

Your tax-deductible donation strengthens our voice for safe, easy, and inviting places for people to walk. Support what we do here: https://donatenow.networkforgood.org/feetfi... (https://donatenow.networkforgood.org/feetfirst)

Great organization in so many ways- please support their important work to make walking a real option for ALL OF US! — Mary Magenta, Volunteer Neighborhood Walking Ambassador

Upcoming events (4+)

Join John for 7mi fast social walk. 9am, Sun, start Junction Plaza Park

Join me for a fast 7 mile, social walk Sunday morning 9:00am start Junction Plaza Park,[masked]nd Ave SW, Seattle, WA 98116
Parking on street, and many buses service this start point, across from QFC at 42nd AVE SW & SW Alaska St.

Join John 9:00am, 12/11, 7 mile fast walk, start QFC/Starbucks 42SW, SW Alaska

Start 9:00am at Starbucks inside QFC at 42nd SW & SW Alaska St in West Seattle.
John wears yellow. Fast social walk ends at the nearby Farmer's Market! Dress for weather.

Let’s Take a Walk and Explore Kent’s History

Panera Bread

Our guided Kent walk will be approximately 3 miles. It begins outside Panera Bread at Kent Station and will include some historical downtown locations, colorful murals, plus the grounds of the Greater Kent Historical Society Museum. Here, we will take a short outdoors, self-guided tour. Following this, we will visit Mill Creek Earthworks Park, walk through downtown Kent and including what's planned for the Kherson Park Redevelopment and return to Panera Bread at Kent Station.

There is free parking at Kent Station and also easily accessible by bus with a short 5 minute walk from Kent Station Transit Center. We will leave and return to the same location. Kindly do not park directly in front of any of the businesses.

ACCESS: Most of our route will be paved, but there are some short uphill sections involved. Where there are steps, we can offer an alternative route with ramps. Some of the sidewalks are narrow and a bit uneven in places. It is reasonably suitable for those using wheelchairs, strollers, etc. Please wear comfortable walking boots or shoes and dress appropriately for the weather.

COVID-19 Safety: Masks may be worn at the discretion of the attendee.

Monday Morning Walk at Green Lake

Seattle Public Theater

Walk Green Lake Monday morning from 9:00 AM to 10:00 AM. Meet at the Bathhouse Theater also known as the Seattle Public Theater. If you click on the map, then you can zoom in and out. We will leave promptly at 9:00 AM. Metro Rapid Line E stops nearby on Aurora Avenue and 76th. We will be walking with the lake on our left.

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Monday Morning Walk at Green Lake

Seattle Public Theater

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