Got anything big planned for Saturday, May 18th? Did you forget? It’s the anniversary of the day Mt. St. Helens blew back in 1980. It also marks the 18th year Redhook Brewery has been commemorating the day with their “Haul Ash” bike ride.
Seattle is starting to show the slightest hint of spring. And with that comes our desire to get outside! Cougar Mountain Regional Wildland Park is one of the highlights of King County’s park system. Perfect for East-siders looking to reconnect with nature – this park is located just minutes from Bellevue, Newcastle, and Issaquah. But don’t get [...]
Sometimes it takes a bit of motivation to get on your bike for a long ride. One of the best motivators is beer at the start, middle and end of your trip. You can get exactly this at the Redhook Brewery’s annual Haul Ash ride.
If you’ve spent any time in Seattle, you realize that it is a city of many hills and stairways, some of them quite steep and dramatic. There are over 500 stairways in the city, making for enjoyable walks and a great way to exercise and see hidden areas and views in many neighborhoods.
Seattle has many outstanding trails for walkers, runners, bicyclists, skaters and commuters. One of the most popular and scenic trails in the city is the Burke-Gilman Trail, an 18-mile trail that run from Shilshole Bay on Puget Sound, east through Seattle, and then north along the shores of Lake Washington to Bothell.