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Self-Guided Plant Walks

Self-Guided Plant Walks

Over the course of many years, the plant walks listed below have provided WNPS members with interesting outings
whether it be winter, spring, summer or fall.  We hope these walk descriptions will encourage you to get out and explore!

February Discovery Park Loop Trail
Sol Duc Falls
Meadowdale County Park
Nisqually Wildlife Refuge
Shorewood Park
Kayak Point County Park
Cranberry Lake/West Beach Sand Dunes: Deception Pass State Park
Scriber Lake in Lynnwood
Old Robe Canyon
Big Ditch Slough
Far Country Trail
March Phil's Creek Trail
Boulder River Trail
Pass Lake
Southwest Park, Edmonds
Twin Falls Natural Area
Buck Island/ Al Borlin Park
Tolt River John MacDonald Park
Redmond Watershed Preserve
Cowiche Canyon
April The Wilderness Creek Trail at Cougar Mountain
Whistle Lake
Goose Rock and Pass Island
Squires Lake
Youth-on-Age Interpretive Trail
Swan Creek Ravine in Pierce County
Cougar Mountain Regional Wildland Park
Far Hayward Hill
May Federation Forest State Park
Hayward Hill
Sharpe Park
Lord Hill Park Rocky Bald
Rattlesnake Ledge
Echo/Cedar Mountain
June Crescent Lake: Mount Storm King
South Heart Lake, a 1.65 Mile Loop on Trails 212, 210, 243
Squak Mountain-The C3 Valley Connector Trail
Wonderland Trail to Kautz Creek, Mount Rainier National Park
Phelps Creek & Spider Meadows
Greider Lakes Trail, Upper Sultan Basin NRCA
Moss Lake County Park
Big Four Meadows and Ice Caves
Larrabee State Park
September The Skyline Divide Trail, Mount Baker
Meadow Creek Trail, Skykomish
Richmond Nature Park, Richmond, BC
Anderson Butte
Tonga Ridge and Mount Sawyer
Little Si
Silver Peak
Olallie Meadow
Mt. Catherine
October Twin Falls State Park
Frog Lake Trail
Schriebers Meadow to Railroad Grade
Mount Dickerman
Asahel Curtis Trails
Perry Creek Research Natural Area
Boulder Creek Trail
Rockport State Park
November Cape Alava Trail at Lake Ozette
Spruce Railroad Trail
George C. Reifel Migratory Bird Sanctuary
Tradition Plateau NRCA
Deception Falls
North Creek Tour
Middle Fork Snoqualmie River
South Tiger Mountain/Otter Lake
Mercer Slough Nature Park
Heart Lake
December Rattlesnake Ridge
Carbon River Road, Mount Rainier

(No vehicles are permitted beyond the Ranger Station. Bicycle and pedestrian traffic only.)
Ed Munro Seahurst Park, Burien
Redmond Watershed Preserve
Devil's Lake
Heather Lake
Lime Kiln Trail
Lake 22
Preston-Snoqualmie Trail
Lord Hill Park Beaver Ponds
Seward Park



Updated: March 15, 2017
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