10 Best Hikes Near Seattle

Rattlesnake Ledge
North Bend

Rattlesnake Ledge trail is a moderate climb of 1500 feet to top of sheer cliffs overlooking Rattlesnake Lake with unbelievable views. 5 miles round trip.

Discovery Park

Discovery Park is a park on the waterfront of Puget Sound in the Magnolia neighborhood of Seattle, Washington. It is the largest public park in the city.

Fremont Lookout

Fremont Fire Lookout is a out-and-back trail to big, open views of Mount Rainier. This trial is far less crowded than Paradise.

Poo Poo Point

Poo Poo Point will take you along the west side of Tiger Mountain through a well-shaded old-growth forest with plenty of little streams and creeks to pass through.

Snow Lake
North Bend

Snow Lake is the most visited lake in the Alpine Lakes Wilderness. Easy access and beautiful alpine scenery.


Summerland is a beautiful trail that is easy to hike and explore. There are plenty of areas to stop and have a picnic or just enjoy the view of Mountain.

Lincoln Park

Lincoln Park is a 135-acre park along Puget Sound in West Seattle. A paved walkway with a beach, athletic fields, picnic shelters, and a heated saltwater swimming pool.

Franklin Falls
North Bend

Kendall Katwalk
North Bend

Seward Park

Stunning Utah Hot Springs

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