Boundary Bay Dyke Trail– Bundles of bald eagles, owls and shorebirds and breathtaking views of Mount Baker

Quick Facts: Location: BC Lower Mainland, Land Agency: Boundary Bay Wildlife Management Area One Way: 10.4 miles (16.7 kilometers) Elevation Gain: minimal Contact: Boundary Bay Wildlife Management Area Notes: trail also open to stock and bikes: dogs permitted on leash but note dogs not allowed on shoreline trail in Mud Bay Park from Oct 15-Apr […]

Browns Point -Kalaloch–Kid and dog friendly hike on the wild Olympic Coast

Location: Olympic National Park coast Land Agency: National Park Service Roundtrip: 4.0 miles Elevation gain: 50 feet Contact: Olympic National Park Wilderness Information Center Green Trails Map: Olympic Coast 99S Recommended Resource: Day Hiking Olympic Peninsula 2ed (Mountaineers Books) Notes: Dogs must be leashed; Browns Point can only be rounded during low tides; Practice Leave No […]

Fort Casey Historical State Park — Frolic through a fort, to a lighthouse, and on a pretty beach

  Quick Facts: Location: Whidbey Island Land Agency: Washington State Parks Round Trip: 1.8 miles of trails Elevation Gain: up to 90 feet Contact: Washington State Parks Recommended Resource: Urban Trails Everett (Mountaineers Books) Notes: Discover Pass required; Dogs allowed on leash Access: From Mukilteo take ferry to Clinton on Whidbey Island. Then continue north […]

Little Cranberry Lake — A perfect complement hike to your Thanksgiving Day celebration

Quick Facts: Location: Anacortes-Fidalgo Island Land Agency: Anacortes Community Forest Lands Roundtrip: 1.9 miles Elevation Gain: 100 feet Access:  From Exit 230 on I-5 in Burlington, head west on SR 20 to junction with SR 20-Spur. Continue right on SR 20-Spur to Anacortes. At traffic light near old town, continue left on 12th Street (still SR 20-Spur and12th Street […]