Whether you’re a seasoned cyclist or you’ve just taken off your training wheels, trails abound in the emerald city. From the Burke-Gilman Trail to the Arboretum and from Magnuson to Myrtle Edwards, there’s a family-friendly trail for every cyclist.
The lovely lakes, bays and waterways around the Sound are perfect for an on-the-water kayak adventure. It doesn’t matter if you’ve never paddled or have paddled many times, these outfitters will get you kayaking for an hour, a day or a whole week!
Authorities say vandals have destroyed eight recently planted trees in Seattle’s Washington Park Arboretum.
Earth Day means taking care of our planet by volunteering, cleaning up and celebrating our Earth. Find a way to do something good on Earth Day at these Puget Sound events.
Want to know more about Washington’s flora and fauna? Want to get ideas on how to have a sustainable garden? Get outside with your family and friends? Head to one of these fun and free nature walks.
With a welcoming nod to the Year of the Dragon, here are some authentic Asian tea houses in the Seattle area where you can sip, and regain a little zen in your life. Enjoy a traditional tea ceremony, tour the only remaining Sento in the US, or watch a beautiful tea flower open in your cup.
Earth Day was first recognized in 1970. It’s a day set aside to celebrate our planet, and to give it the nurturing and care it needs. There are lots of activities going on around the Sound all month, but since Earth Day is officially next Friday, April 22, here are some fun events centered around that day.