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Snoqualmie Pass Interpretive Walks

Posted by Krista Dooley at Jun 28, 2010 01:25 PM |

Take a walk with a ranger on weekends this summer at Snoqualmie Pass.

If you are looking for something fun to do on weekends this summer, you may be interested in joining an interpretive walk with a ranger at Snoqualmie Pass. Every weekend until Labor Day you can join a variety of walks offered by the Snoqualmie Pass Information and Education Center.

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Gold Creek Pond on Snoqualmie Pass. Photo by Rich F.

Gold Creek Pond- Regular walk on Sundays. This flat one mile paved loop, is barrier-free, and is suitable for all ages.

Twin Lakes Walk- Every other Saturday. On this two mile walk you will learn about plants and trees, the history of the area, and hunt for frogs and giant salamanders. 

Kids in the Woods- Every other Saturday. Two themed activities designed for kids and their families - Animal Stories & Games and Trees - Scavanger Hunt & Art Project. Activities will last about an hour. Children must be accompanied by an adult.

Reservations required. $10 donation per person suggested. Donations help fund Information and Education Center Programs. Special walks upon request. Snoqualmie Pass Information and Education Center  425.434.6111. Call for reservations.

To learn more details visit: Mt. Baker-Snoqualmie National Forest

For more ideas of activities to do outdoors with your family click here.

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