Interlaken Park Making Natural History

Seattle, Washington 98109

Interlaken Park Making Natural History

Interlaken Park: Making Natural History Professional Review and Guide

"A shining jewel on the Olmsted Brothers’s “Emerald Necklace”—a vision of connected urban retreats—is Interlaken Park. This stretch of steep, forested land at the north end of Capitol Hill offers a chance for a shady stroll or bike ride, to commune with the state’s tallest redwood tree, discover pocket gopher mounds, or tune your birder’s ear to the fluting songs of thrushes.

A visit to Interlaken provides a unique blend of a historic walk back in time (in the late 1890s, this park was the main bike and buggy route linking Capitol Hill with Lake Washington), with history in the making—the restoration of an urban forest ecosystem."

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Jul 2018