Elliott Bay Trail

Myrtle Edwards Park, Washington

Distance5.2mi
Elevation Gain392ft
Trailhead Elevation15ft
Top32ft
Elevation Min/Max0/32ft
Elevation Start/End15/15ft

Elliott Bay Trail

Elliott Bay Trail is a hiking and biking trail in Seattle, Washington. It is within Olympic Sculpture Park, Centennial Park, and Myrtle Edwards Park. It is 5.2 miles long and begins at 15 feet altitude. Traveling the entire trail is 10.3 miles with a total elevation gain of 392 feet. The Elliott Bay Overlook and Washington Street Boat Landing viewpoints and the 30th Avenue West Street End beach are near the trailhead. There are also parkings, a wood, a basin, parking, and a scrub. 28th Avenue West Viewpoint and other viewpoints, the West Denny Way Street End and West Thomas Street End beaches, the Argosy Visitor Center information office, DNA Wave Wall, Father and Son, Untitled Fence, Stinger, Ivar Feeding The Gulls, Untitled, Breaching Orca, Waterfront Fountain, Sea Otter, Salmon, And Raven, Beyond The Reef, Eye Benches I, II, and III, Wandering Rocks, Schubert Sonata, Adjacent, Against, Upon, Seattle Cloud Cover, Untitled, Christopher Columbus, Undercurrents, The Eagle, Marine-Life Paintings, and another artwork, Smith Cove Cruise Terminal Parking, Elliott Bay Marina Parking Lot, Republic Parking, Ferry Waiting Lot, and other parkings, Republic Parking, Pike Place Market Parking, and other parkings, the Elliott Bay Fishing Pier at Terminal 86 pier, Magnolia Greenbelt and another wood, the Seattle Aquarium aquarium, the Argosy Cruises attraction, and the Seattle Aquarium (elevation 16 feet) museum can be seen along the trail. There are also wetlands, drinking waters, restroom, a parking, and fountains along the trail. This trail connects with the following: Foster Foundation Path.

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Trail Information

Myrtle Edwards Park
Nearby City
Olympic Sculpture Park
Parks

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Nov 2018