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Kayaking and Canoeing in Kent, WA

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The small ship, Wilderness Discoverer, is an expedition ship capable of nimble exploration through nature'...


The lower Green River in this short stretch of placid but relatively fast water bound by dikes on both sides is wor...


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The Duwamish River and the waterway at its mouth provide a unique paddling experience, from fast-water chutes when ...


The Green River from the mouth of Big Soos Creek 2 miles above Auburn through west Kent changes from a rural river,...


East Auburn

Auburn, WA

The Green River between Whitney Bridge (RM 40) and the mouth of Big Soos Creek (RM 33.6) flows through the bucolic ...


Maury Island

Portage, WA

A narrow isthmus connects Maury Island to Vashon Island providing an age-old portage. The most challenging route he...


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Grand Ridge may soon become one of the more disappointing mountain bike trail casualties of Seattle area developmen...


A short and varied section of river, this segment, known locally as the Yo-Yo Stretch, is a favorite with paddlers ...


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The Cedar River Trail runs between Renton and Landsburg, mostly through housing developments and suburban sprawl. T...


Easy access to get you into the San Juan Islands. Great views of the islands, Cascade Mountain Peaks and Olympic...


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The route offers more than 25 miles of delightful bicycling separated from motor-vehicle traffic. Along the way you...


Blake Island

Harper, WA

Come to Blake Island for either a pleasant day trip or for one of the most unusual kayak-camping experiences on Was...


Gig Harbor

Gig Harbor, WA

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In 1867, Yugoslavian immigrant Samuel Jerisch and two partners rowed a flat-bottomed skiff from British Columbia to...


A short and varied section of river, this segment, known locally as the Yo-Yo Stretch, is a favorite with paddlers ...


Tacoma Narrows

Gig Harbor, WA

Famous for the 1940s film of the collapsing Tacoma Narrows bridge, also called “Galloping Gertie,” the Narrows is k...


If you love the water, you will love sea kayaking. This will teach you how you can control the river. You'll learn...


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From the put-in at Owen Beach, it's a straight shot across a mile of open water to the southern shore of Vashon I...


Alki Beach

Seattle, WA

Just west of Seattle proper lies a place that feels more like a small beach town than the birthplace of a major c...


The Hiram M. Chittenden Locks is the most popular site along the Lake Washington Ship Canal. The diversity of v...

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