Have you heard of, or are familiar with “Trail Etiquette”?
With “1” being no experience and “10” being a well-seasoned hiker, how would you rate your skill level on a scale from 1 to 10? (Being a marathon runner or weight lifter doesn’t mean that you are necessarily ready for moderate or strenuous hikes)
Maybe 7 or 8.
If you do not know your skill level, would you be willing to come on one of our "New Member" hikes up Rattlesnake Ledge and discuss your abilities with an organizer then? If you are well aware of your skill level, please answer “Not Applicable”
What is the favorite, most difficult hike you’ve done in WA State? If you have no experience, please answer “Not Applicable”
Probably Lake Ingalls or Sahale Arm
Is there a trail you have been wanting to do and would love to conquer with other members of The Seattle Hiking Group? If you do not have one, please answer “None”
Hi. I live and work in Kirkland and enjoy getting out on the trails.
Anyone who enjoys being outdoors should feel free to join our group. I often hike alone but have found that it is more enjoyable to have friends along. If you want to make some friends and hit the outdoors, here are a few things I like.
Hiking, Peak bagging, snowshoeing, viewing wildlife, photography, sports fun and fun group events. There are many more things that a hike (although I find hiking a great relaxing time).
If you have ever wanted to try something new I am sure there are many others that would also like to try it. Speak up, send me an e-mail and let us see what we can do.