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Lee Memorial Forest

Puget Sound and Islands > Seattle-Tacoma Area
47.3865, -121.3848
Length
2.5 miles of trails
Highest Point
600 feet
Lee Memorial Forest. Photo by Meg. Full-size image

This forest, tucked into a residential area in Maltby is an experimental forest owned and managed by the University of Washington. Due to limited parking this may not make the best destination hike, but it is a great place to go for a walk if you live nearby. Continue reading

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Hiking Lee Memorial Forest

This forest, tucked into a residential area in Maltby, is an experimental forest owned and managed by the University of Washington. Due to limited parking this may not make the best destination hike, but it is a great place to go for a walk if you live nearby. 

The entrance to the trail system can be found on the south side of 188th Street where 83rd Avenue intersects. A perimeter trail loops around the forest over 1.5 miles in addition to several connector trails that cut through the middle of the forest. 

Respect private property boundaries and do not disturb any of the vegetation since this forest is being used for research projects by students at the University of Washington. 

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Lee Memorial Forest

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Before You Go

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Getting There

Access to this trail network can be found on the south side of 188th Street where 83rd Avenue intersects. There is no official parking to access these trails and no street parking nearby.

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Trailhead

Puget Sound and Islands > Seattle-Tacoma Area

University of Washington School of Environmental and Forest Sciences

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