Urban Adventure - Green Lake (Seattle)


Urban Adventure - Green Lake (Seattle)

Spend your Sunday morning on a local, family/dog-friendly walk around Green Lake! We'll be walking at a conversational pace around the lake, and open to stops for coffee/treats.

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  • Sun, Jan 19, 2020
  • Seattle Hiking Committee
  • Day Hiking, Family, Urban Adventure
  • Families, Adults
  • Casual
  • Mileage: 3.5 mi

We'll meet at the Green Lake Community Center on the parking lot side (https://goo.gl/maps/4a9BtnuA62TZ48wN9) at 850am, and do introductions (for both dogs and their humans) at that point. We'll plan to head out around close to 9am and walk at a conversational pace, aiming to be done by ~11/1130am (depending on breaks, for coffee or otherwise).

This is a family and dog friendly hike! We welcome everyone in the family to join - whether in-utero, newborn-ish, to infantdom and beyond, we will tailor the hike to be at a conversational pace and will make stops as needed (for coffee or otherwise). 

And of course, dogs of all ages/sizes/breeds are welcome as well! Do be aware they'll be in a social setting (and while it is winter, Green Lake is nonetheless a busy place!) so be sure that they'll be able to handle a group setting that may have dogs and people of all ages.

Be sure to bring treats and water for your party, and to bundle up! There's predicted to be some rain in the forecast, but this walk will happen rain or shine.

We'll be bringing our two dogs - Chester and Maddie - two small American Eskimo/Pomeranian dogs. You can find pictures of them at: https://www.instagram.com/foxandthechowhound/. They love this walk, and I'm sure your family will too!


Green Lake (Seattle)

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Water, treats, toys, layers, and any other essentials for you and your family.

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