Bainbridge Island Beaches & Interior


Urban Adventure - Bainbridge Island Beaches & Interior

On this moderate 10 mile hike, we'll walk on Bainbridge Island's beaches, trails, and country roads.

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  • Wed, Jan 21, 2015
  • RETIRED - Seattle Midweek Hiking Committee
  • Day Hiking, Urban Adventure
  • Adults
  • Moderate
  • Moderate
  • Mileage: 10.0 mi
  • Elevation Gain: 500 ft

We'll meet at 9:15 a at Seattle ferry terminal or at 10:10 am am at Bainbridge Island ferry terminal. If taking the ferry from Seattle to Bainbridge Island as a walk-on passenger, meet leaders and group inside the Seattle ferry terminal. Ferry will depart promptly at 9:35. Allow enough time to purchase tickets and board vessel on foot. Cars will not be required. If driving to Bainbridge, park your car in a pay parking lot near the ferry and meet group  inside the Bainbridge ferry terminal.

We'll start along a waterfront trail in Winslow, passing marinas and whimsical rock sculptures. Then, hiking along country roads and trails, we will explore the woodlands and shoreline areas south of Eagle Harbor. Our route will take us to the Japanese Exclusion Memorial, Rockaway Beach, Blakely Harbor Park, and Fort Ward Park. Along the way, we'll visit a hidden labyrinth with Buddhist prayer bell. Our hike will end at South Beach where we will stop at the beachfront home of the leader.

The Bainbridge Island hike is part of the Island Hikes Series coordinated by Kathy Biever (206-283-9047, and Julie Miller (206-283-1406, Bring water, snacks, and lunch.


Bainbridge Island Beaches & Interior

Required Equipment

Required Equipment

Water, snacks, appropriate outerwear and sturdy shoes.

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