Nature Consortium hike on Friday (June 19)

Here’s the invitation:

Friday, June 19th 11:30am -1:00pm

Join us for a free public guided hike in the West Duwamish Greenbelt, Seattle’s largest remaining forest. We will explore the hidden treasures of this amazing natural wonder, and hear about the history and the future of the forest. Difficulty is mild. Inexperienced hikers, seniors, and babies in backpacks are welcome. Special note to Parents of toddlers and preschoolers: please be warned that this hike can be challenging for you if you are with a preschooler or two who walk down the hills but want to be carried up. Please bring your own water bottle. Granola bars provided. Wear appropriate footwear (some parts of the trail are muddy)

Extreme rain cancels. Be ready for inspiration!

Meet at the trailhead at 14th Ave SW and SW Holly street. (map)

Call 206- 923-0853 or email reserve your spot. RSVP today!

1 Reply to "Nature Consortium hike on Friday (June 19)"

  • Mac Mintaka June 19, 2009 (5:38 pm)

    Hey, thanks for posting this information. We went on the walk which was led by the Executive Director of the Nature Consortium.

    There was a small amount of rain and a lot of beautiful land. It’s amazing how much work they are doing in there to reestablish native forestry. It was great fun.

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