Saint Edward State Park

Loop • 2.5 mi • 0 ft

This former Catholic seminary sits on a high, forested bluff above the northern end of Lake Washington, providing access to one of the last stretches of undeveloped land on the waterfront via an excellent trail system.
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Activity Type: Hiking
Nearby City: Kenmore
Length: 2.5 total miles
Elevation Gain: Minimal
Trail Type: Loop/Lollipop
Skill Level: Moderate
Duration: 1.5-2.5 hours
Season: Hikable year-round, daily, 8 a.m.–sunset
Trailhead Elevation: 350 feet
Other Uses: Dogs allowed
Local Contacts: 425-823-2992; parks.state.wa.us/577/Saint-Edward
Local Maps: USGS Seattle North
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Recent Trail Reviews

8/25/2007

We hiked down to the lake via the easy path, then along the coast and up the North trail. It was quite a workout! There are a lot of trail runners in this park and folks with their dogs. It's a great place to hike, especially if you live in the area.

5/26/2007

Fairly extensive system of trails down to shoreline and back. Some are used by cyclists, and some are off-limits to bikes. The forest is typical Pacific Northwest - tall trees of varied species, ferns, and other lush greenery. Small picnic area by the shore of Lake Washington. Park at trailhead is interesting. On the campus of the college there is a reflexology path next to an herb garden.

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