Join Marc Lainhart, The Intuitive Prospector and Maari Falsetto - Owner of Inner Alchemy in West Seattle for Forest Fridays!
DENNY CREEK - This is a popular trail, thanks to its gentle, family-friendly grade with amazing destinations. The natural water slide area at Denny Creek is a must-visit for families! Keekwulee Falls offers a stunning viewpoint that is easily accessible. Snowshoe Falls maybe a bit elusive and more difficult to see from the trail but is also a beautiful natural wonder. Bring a bathing suit!
This is a community event ($10 donation) 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.
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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 Marc or Maari
*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
Snoqualmie Region -- Snoqualmie Pass
6.0 miles, roundtrip
Gain: 1345 ft.
Highest Point: 3642 ft.
TEN ESSENTIAL "SYSTEMS" FOR EVERY HIKE:
Navigation (map and compass)
Sun protection (sunglasses and sunscreen)
Insulation (extra clothing)
Fire (waterproof matches/lighter/candles)
Repair kit and tools
Nutrition (extra food)
Hydration (extra water)
From Seattle, head east on I-90 to exit 47 Denny Creek/Tinkham Road. At the top of the exit ramp, turn left and cross over the freeway. Go 0.2 miles and turn right at the stop sign onto Forest Road 58. The road crosses under the freeway, after driving 0.2 miles, turn left.
Continue straight on for 2.9 miles and about a half-mile past the Denny Creek Campground there is a large paved parking lot on the right that can accommodate about 60 cars.
The trailhead can be accessed via a trail that begins near the bulletin board in the parking lot.
The Denny Creek parking restrooms are closed, but the restrooms at Franklin Falls are available to hikers.
There is ADA parking available nearer the Franklin Falls trailhead. Be sure to have a placard; parking patrols are on and will ticket violators.
Parking Pass/Entry FeeNorthwest Forest Pass
"Take the time to disconnect so that you may have the time to reconnect." ~The Intuitive Prospector