Sea Kayaking Trails in Washington
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Sea Kayaking Trails in Washington

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Washington has 73 sea kayaking trails. These trails range from 0 to 30 miles in length. The most popular trails are Hope Island (South), Central Hood Canal: Quilcene and Dabob Bays, Dosewallips, Pleasant Harbor, Triton Cove, and Mike’s Beach Resort and Port Madison and Agate Passage. Trails.com member Carl J. recently completed Burrows Island.
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Here you will find a pleasant contrast to expectations of a polluted industrial wasteland. ...
If you live south of Seattle, this is a short, easy trip, ideal for those with limited ...
The paddling at Burrows Island is interesting and exhilarating with both sheer rock and ...
Accessible only from the water, this little DNR Recreation Site at Orcas Island’s northwest ...
Shipyards with naval frigates or an Alaska ferry in dry dock create an engaging scene, ...
This 5-mile-long spit is a National Wildlife Refuge set aside for waterfowl and shorebirds. ...
This chain of state park and wildlife refuge islands is famed for its intricate geology ...
Though currents are swift in this area, the protection of nearby Fidalgo and Whidbey islands ...
This quiet little bay north of Port Ludlow is just right for paddling practice or touring ...
Explorer Captain George Vancouver noted that the current location of Port Townsend, located ...
A circumnavigation of a heavily forested, rugged, undeveloped island, with some challenging ...
The origins of Lake Union go back 12,000 years. The lake was carved by the Vashon glacier, ...
The Duwamish River was once a curvy, slow-moving, flood-prone river providing water access ...
This is a pleasurable place to paddle with no real destination, or to explore the little ...
In 1867, Yugoslavian immigrant Samuel Jerisch and two partners rowed a flat-bottomed skiff ...
The rocks around Chuckanut Bay make this Bellingham-area trip an interesting exploration. ...
In 2011, the largest dam-removal project in North America began to remove the Elwha River’s ...
The wild ruggedness of Cypress Island, along with the chance for a hike to catch the panoramic ...
This trip passes by Fort Casey State Park, Ebey’s Landing National Historical Reserve, ...
This excursion is for sea kayakers who love looking at all sorts of boats, exploring pockets ...
This is one of the most interesting and long-range day trips in Puget Sound, and the ability ...
Come to Blake Island for either a pleasant day trip or for one of the most unusual kayak-camping ...
A narrow isthmus connects Maury Island to Vashon Island providing an age-old portage. ...
Founded in 1852, Coupeville is the oldest town on Whidbey Island, and part of Ebey’s Landing ...
With the Olympic Mountain Range towering overhead, this part of Hood Canal is the meeting ...
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