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Everett Harbor: Jetty Island and Vicinity :: Everett, WAJust beyond the mills and marinas of Everetts waterfront, Jetty Island has both wildness and antiquity: seabirds and sea lions can be seen near the rotting barges that were beached long ago to stabilize the shifting sandbars of the Snohomish River e

Snohomish to Everett :: Snohomish, WACentral Snohomish County is a region where the rural areas are giving way to suburbs, although north and east of Bothell, Mill Creek, and Everett, you can still see open land and wildlife. Finding them is the goal of this tour, which includes rolling

Boulder Peak, Everett Peak, and Mount Appleton :: Port Angeles, WABoulder Peak, Everett Peak, and Mount Appleton are modest peaks that form the high ridge from Boulder Lake on the north to Appleton Pass on the south. One of the most popular trails in the Olympic National Park, the Appleton Pass Trail climbs to gree

Everett: Jetty Island :: Everett, WAThe only nature experience most people headed to Jetty Island seem in search of is poking their toes in the sand. As you ride across the Everett harbor to the island on the jampacked ferry, toddlers bounce on knees and kids are lathered up with bana

Everett: Spencer Island :: Everett, WAMore than fourteen hundred acres of the Snohomish River estuary, where the waters of the river meet the saltwater of Possession Sound, are a home for more than three hundred birds and a variety of mammals, and critical habitat for salmon species, all

Interurban Trail and Mukilteo :: Mountlake Terrace, WAIn the somewhat dated newspaper comic staple Family Circus, little Billy often is shown taking the most circuitous route from one location to another, simply to satisfy curiosity or get a few more precious minutes outside. If thats the mood youre

Jetty Island Trail :: Everett, WAA magical small island dredged up more than a century ago from Everetts harbor and framed by piles of jetty rock lies in Port Gardner Bay across from the mouth of the Snohomish River. It is accessible by foot ferry in summer months only. Children ca

What Verlot Forgot :: Granite Falls, WAUntil the decades after World War II a trail network of some 50odd miles radiated from the South Fork Stillaguamish RiverCanyon Creek, Coal Creek, Bear Creek, Boardman Lakes, Mallardy Ridge, Granite Pass, and Everetts Boy Scout camp at Kelcema Lak

Lime Kiln Trail :: Granite Falls, WAThe Lime Kiln Trail not only takes you deep into a lush and remote canyon carved by the South Fork Stillaguamish River, but also leads you deep back into history. Developed almost entirely by volunteers, this delightful trail serves up a unique journ

Robe Canyon Historic ParkLime Kiln Trail :: Granite Falls, WAThe Lime Kiln Trail provides hiker access to a portion of the historic EverettMonte Christo Railroad. Built in 189293, it was abandoned in 1933. The rockandmortar limekiln was built in 1900 and produced anhydrous lime, used as a whitening agent a

Snohomish County Interurban Tr outlet handbags stores online ail :: Everett, WAThis excursion takes you down a historic corridor in and out of view of busy I5, whose sea of red taillights competes in autumn with the orangegold of maple trees, a forest of deeply colored evergreens, and tangles of blackberry bushes. Surface: As

Robe Canyon Trail :: Granite Falls, WAThis short trail, framed by mosscovered trees leaning over a spectacular river gorge, will appeal to all lovers of beauty, history, and adventure, and will fill any child with delight and wonder. It follows the railroad bed of the ore train that ran

Lime Kiln Trail :: Granite Falls, WAThis lesserknown end of Robe Canyon once contained the historic Everett and Monte Cristo Railway line that carried silver and gold. The railroad was built in 1892 and continued to run intermittently, when not closed by floods and slides, until the m

Spencer Island Trail :: Everett, WAA small island east of Everett and bordered in the Snohomish River estuary by Union Slough and Steamboat Slough is divided into both a county park and a state game area, allowing bird hunting during the winter season. Children will enjoy the county p

Heybrook Lookout Trail :: Index, WAHere is a restored fire lookout close to the proposed Wild Sky Wilderness and low enough for yearround hikes on a trail short enough for young children. Because the slope faces south, this hike can be done in winter months when most trails are fille

Mount Pilchuck :: Granite Falls, WAA peak on the exact west edge of the range, prominent on the mountain horizon seen from the lowlands, offering broad views west over farms, towns, cities, and Whulge as the original residents called the saltwater, to the Olympics and views east to

Mount Pilchuck :: Granite Falls, WALocated on the western edge of the Cascade Crest, Mount Pilchuck is readily apparent when viewed from the lowlands and highways. Its name is derived from the Indian word for the river meaning red water, perhaps from the hue that wild game and berri

Mount Pilchuck :: Granite Falls, WAMount Pilchuck offers good technical trail running experience. Most of the trail is well maintained, but boulder fields always require a little more care than dirt trail. As the trail gets steeper it also gets rockier until you are climbing on blaste

Kelcema Lake and Deer Creek Pass :: Granite Falls, WAThe beginning of the Deer Creek Road was a railroad stop for the Everett and Monte Cristo Railroad, for the Bonanza Queen Mine located upstream on Deer Creek. There is a lot of history packed into this tiny lake in the Boulder River Wilderness beneat

Mount Walker :: Quilcene, WAMt. Walker is the only peak facing Puget Sound that has a road to its summit. Once on its 2,804foot su outlet handbags stores online mmit, you will find broad vistas at the north and south viewpoints. The views stretch across the seawaterfilled glacial valley called Hood Canal t

Mountain Loop Highway :: Darrington, WAFrom the old railroad town of Granite Falls to the logging center of Darrington, Mountain Loop Highway a Forest Service scenic byway follows the Stillaguamish and Sauk rivers through a mountainous region that blends soaring glaciated peaks, steep v

Fort Ebey State Park Campground :: Coupeville, WAFrom a tent camping perspective, Fort Ebeynamed for the pioneering Isaac Ebey family that settled the areais decidedly the least developed. It is evident that every attempt has been made to retain the natural beauty of the area. There are plent

Spencer Island Natural Wildlife Reserve Trails :: Everett, WASpencer Island sits at the center outlet handbags stores online of the biologically flourishing Snohomish River Estuary, home to countless animals and plants, including more than 350 known species of birds. A series of trails explores the rich life of the wetlands, great for natu

Lime Kiln Trail at Robe Canyon Historic Park :: Granite Falls, WADespite its laidback demeanor, the quiet town of Granite Falls was once a thriving economic hub. The local railway disappeared long ago with the logging and mining firms it used to serve, but many archeological remnants of the industrialera operati

Three Fingers :: Granite Falls, WAThree Fingers and its companion, Whitehorse, are an unmistakable sight to the east from the flatlands near Everett. The gleaming Queest Alb Glacier leads to the saddle between South and Middle Finger, the high point of this tour. This tour is more su

Mount Pilchuck :: Granite Falls, WAMount Pilchuck is the western outpost of the Cascades between Mount Baker and Snoqualmie Pass. Its forested southwestern slopes and summit are clearly visible from Everett and, to a lesser degree, Seattle. This tour offers panoramic views of the west outlet handbags stores online