Forest Fridays - Spiritual Hikes for the Soul!

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Join Marc Lainhart, The Intuitive Prospector and Maari Falsetto - Owner of Inner Alchemy in West Seattle for Forest Fridays!

"The Mountains are Calling and I Must Go." -John Muir

This is a community event ($10 donation suggested) to get out together and enjoy the beautiful Pacific Northwest with a hike, meditation, and Qigong. We will meet at Inner Alchemy at 7:30 am and return around 3:30 pm.

Eventbrite Tickets:
https://www.eventbrite.com/e/forest-fridays-spiritual-hikes-for-the-soul-tickets-55003758723

Facebook Events:
https://www.facebook.com/events/1548991701871069

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*Carpooling Available from:

1. West Seattle (Inner Alchemy)
2. Meet at the trailhead

*Washington Trails Association (WTA) Hiking Guide & Qigong/Native American Exercises provided by Marc

*Guided Meditation will be provided by Maari or Marc

*Suggested Donation Per Person: $10
*Parking Pass/Entry Fee: Northwest Forest Pass or Discovery Pass
*A weather report is always sent out the day before the hike - Hike may be canceled due to weather
*There may be recordings of the hiking experience - By registering you agree to be in the video, audio, or any photography

TRAILHEAD
Issaquah Alps -- Northwest Timber Trail
Tiger Mountain State Forest

From I-90 a few miles east of Issaquah, take Exit 25 and head south on Highway 18. In about four miles, turn off to the right at Tiger Summit. Or, if you are coming from Tacoma or points south on I-5, take the Highway 18 exit (Auburn) and head east to Tiger Summit. As you leave the pavement, watch for potholes. Continue on Road 1000 a quarter mile to the trailhead parking area, just before you reach a locked gate. A toilet is available, but no regular water source. A Discover Pass is required here. As an alternative, you could park in the large open area adjacent to Highway 18, where a Discover Pass is not required. In that event, it will be easier to walk up Road 4000 for 0.3 miles to find the beginning of the Northwest Timber Trail.

Entry Fee: Discover Pass

TEN ESSENTIAL "SYSTEMS" FOR EVERY HIKE:
Navigation (map and compass)
Sun protection (sunglasses and sunscreen)
Insulation (extra clothing)
Illumination (headlamp/flashlight)
First-aid supplies
Fire (waterproof matches/lighter/candles)
Repair kit and tools
Nutrition (extra food)
Hydration (extra water)
Emergency shelter

“Those who are inspired by a model other than nature - a mistress above all masters - are laboring in vain.” -Leonardo da Vinci.

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