Myrtle Edwards Park to Elliott Bay Park

Seattle, Washington

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This urban bayside hike near Seattle’s busy waterfront follows a flat, paved path past landscaped gardens and world class sculptures. The trail traverses two adjoining shoreline parks, the entire length showcasing spectacular city, bay, mountain, and island views, with plenty of opportunities to spot marine wildlife. The trail is accessible from the north or south end. The south trailhead is located on the waterfront at the foot of Broad Street and is the best access point for those who are downtown on foot. Hikers wanting free parking should begin the hike at the north trailhead at the opposite end of the park.
Best Easy Day Hikes: Seattle

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Best Easy Day Hikes: Seattle

by Allen Cox (Falcon Guides)

This urban bayside hike near Seattle’s busy waterfront follows a flat, paved path past landscaped gardens and world class sculptures. The trail traverses two adjoining shoreline parks, the entire length showcasing spectacular city, bay, mountain, and island views, with plenty of opportunities to spot marine wildlife.

The trail is accessible from the north or south end. The south trailhead is located on the waterfront at the foot of Broad Street and is the best access point for those who are downtown on foot. Hikers wanting free parking should begin the hike at the north trailhead at the opposite end of the park.

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Activity Type: Hiking
Nearby City: Seattle
Distance: 3.4
Trail Type: Out-and-back
Skill Level: Easy
Season: Year-round
Accessibility: Dog-friendly
Local Maps: USGS Seattle South R and Seattle North R; Seattle street map
Driving Directions: Directions to Myrtle Edwards Park to Elliott Bay Park

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May 2018