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Parcs et nature à Washington

Meilleurs parcs

Parc
“At 5,200 acres, Portland’s Forest Park is one of the largest urban forests in the United States. With more than 80 miles of trails, fire lanes and forest roads, Forest Park stretches for more than seven miles along the eastern slope of the Tualatin Mountains, overlooking Northwest Portland and the convergence of the Columbia and Willamette Rivers. Forest Park offers an unparalleled opportunity for visitors to experience a true Northwest forest without leaving the Portland city limits.”
  • 514 personnes du coin recommandent
Parc
“The best view of Seattle. On a clear day you can see Mt. Rainier behind the city skyline. ”
  • 445 personnes du coin recommandent
Parc
“A neat experience to see the old gas refinery infrastructure that is now a rustic playground with a great view of the cityscape as a backdrop!”
  • 428 personnes du coin recommandent
Canal Lock
“Ballard locks link the Puget Sound with Lake Union and Lake Washington. Boats as large as 760 feet in length and as small as a kayak can travel through the locks. The locks are also a critical link for salmon and steelhead heading upstream to spawn. A fish ladder with 21 steps or “weirs” allows spawning fish to climb to the freshwater side. Young fish, or “smolts” then return down through the locks out to Puget Sound.”
  • 410 personnes du coin recommandent
Autre - Plein air
“You could spend days here walking the various trails and a picturesque lighthouse.”
  • 403 personnes du coin recommandent
Parc
“Simply spectacular! Great scenic drive and lots of wild life, hiking and biking.”
  • 154 personnes du coin recommandent
Beach
“Enjoy the breeze as you sit by the beach at this beautiful park. Walk, run, or bike the Burke-Gilman trail to get there”
  • 344 personnes du coin recommandent
Jardin de sculptures
“Cool outdoor, sculpture park. You can do it in the rain as well as sunshine. ”
  • 259 personnes du coin recommandent

Terrains de jeux

Beach
“Enjoy the breeze as you sit by the beach at this beautiful park. Walk, run, or bike the Burke-Gilman trail to get there”
  • 344 personnes du coin recommandent
Quartier
“An inner-city mecca for running, swimming and biking. There are great shopping for sport and tasty restaurants on the north and east side of the lake ”
  • 351 personnes du coin recommandent
Parc
“Walk up Olive Way, then north on Broadway and east on Aloha to Volunteer Park. Walk to the top of the water tower for the BEST VIEW in Seattle.”
  • 294 personnes du coin recommandent
Parc
“Beautiful, mature old park with stunning plantings, ponds and stone bridges, a petting zoo for the kids. Just an all around really nice walkabout. ”
  • 252 personnes du coin recommandent
Playground
“The focal feature at Peninsula Park is The Rose Garden, a gorgeous display of Portland's official flower, which is meticulously maintained by Portland's Master Gardners and is frequently the site of professional photographer sittings and arts events. The entire park is a equally pleasant with large trees, wide curving walks, large open spaces, and a classic 1930's swimming pool cabana.”
  • 106 personnes du coin recommandent
Parc
“Ten blocks down Ainsworth, you'll hit a park full of heritage trees, a terrific playground space, covered basketball courts, tennis court, and may even see some live bike polo, among other things.”
  • 78 personnes du coin recommandent
Playground
“This is great spot for a picnic, especially in the summer. Many Pedalpalopza rides either start or end here.”
  • 46 personnes du coin recommandent
Parc
“Relaxing place for a walk along the waterfront. Good view of Boeing factory and Hyatt Regency.”
  • 28 personnes du coin recommandent

Plages

Beach
“Volleyball Nets, Fire Pits, Restaurants/Bars, Ice Cream, Coffee, Bike & Paddle Board Rentals, the BEST City and Mountain views!”
  • 374 personnes du coin recommandent
Beach
“Enjoy the breeze as you sit by the beach at this beautiful park. Walk, run, or bike the Burke-Gilman trail to get there”
  • 344 personnes du coin recommandent
Parc
“The park is huge with tons of trails and if you walk al the way down to the water, the trail follows the shoreline. Epic sunsets during the summer. ”
  • 207 personnes du coin recommandent
Parc
“A large park with beach access and trails. Also nice to drive around and a lazy day.”
  • 107 personnes du coin recommandent
Parc
“The first thing you'll notice outside of the residence is the ornately postured, St. Johns Bridge. Under it, Cathedral Park, with bouncing hills of grass, summery sunshine or softly lit winter winds that dance through the seemingly endless pillars and walls of St. Johns Bridge. Steps downhill you'll be looking onto the Willamette River. This park is incredible for one of a kind photos, picnics and brisk strolls in the afternoon.”
  • 108 personnes du coin recommandent
Trail
“Sooke Potholes Provincial Park is a popular destination along the Sooke River with a unique rock formation that was formed from the last ice-age millions of years ago. The park area has several trails along the river, close to the shoreline and others that are high above the rock pools. There isn't a single route to take like other hiking trails but there are several short trails that lead to viewpoints and to the river areas. Parking in either lot #1 or #2 are both equally good as you will need to walk between both lots and there will be some uphill and downhill sections but you will also need to return to your vehicle up the same route you walked down, for example. Some of the trails can be steep, including some rock stairs down to a viewpoint that are very steep. Also, caution should be used when walking out onto any rocks near the river as the rocks are often slippery from being a wet and the risk of falling and injury yourself is always possible. For this description, we start from parking lot #2, the higher of the two parking lots. Walk to the area of the parking lot where you drove in and follow the gravel path next to the road as it heads downhill. Keep following the path until it meets a junction and go right down the steep hill. Near the bottom, the trail turns into rock stairs that are very steep as you make your way to the bottom to see he view of the water cascading into the canyon below. After seeing the view, walk back up the stairs and the steep trail to the junction and this time go right, following the trail to a clearing by a Visitor Centre where there are additional views into the canyon. From this point, you can decide whether to walk down towards parking lot #1, where some trails access the river area, or return to parking lot #2. If you decide to walk down to parking lot #1, there are only partial trails to get there and you will have to walk on the side of a section of road. To do so, follow the trail on the far end of the visitor centre as it heads downhill but ends at the road. Walk down the side road, being careful to stay close to the side and avoid the vehicles driving through. Watch for a trail to the right and walk down the rock steps, continuing as it heads down into the forest. ”
  • 83 personnes du coin recommandent
Beach
“You must visit Dallas Rd. while here in Victoria. It boarders the best ocean views as well as stunning Beacon Hill Park. Lots to see and do here!”
  • 78 personnes du coin recommandent
Beach
“In the summer, experience the native Seattle scene! Beach people are my people. Take a lyft.”
  • 63 personnes du coin recommandent

Sentiers de randonnée

Waterfall
“A classic area landmark that never fails to provide awe-inspiring views. These falls are impressive and don’t require a hike to get to. ”
  • 161 personnes du coin recommandent
Lake
“just hop in the car and head west on Highway 101. You'll drive all around the edge of the lake and see some amazing scenery. there are many small pullouts to stop and take in the view. Enjoy this view on your way to Marymere Falls....then have a great lunch at the lodge...which is just a quick left turn out of the marymere parking lot! it's a great afternoon!”
  • 30 personnes du coin recommandent
Belvédère
“Nice little climb for the more physically adventurous or an easy drive for those who prefer just a little stroll, Mount Doug boasts the best natural view of the city. Lots of geocaches to be found around here too!”
  • 68 personnes du coin recommandent
Trail
“Sooke Potholes Provincial Park is a popular destination along the Sooke River with a unique rock formation that was formed from the last ice-age millions of years ago. The park area has several trails along the river, close to the shoreline and others that are high above the rock pools. There isn't a single route to take like other hiking trails but there are several short trails that lead to viewpoints and to the river areas. Parking in either lot #1 or #2 are both equally good as you will need to walk between both lots and there will be some uphill and downhill sections but you will also need to return to your vehicle up the same route you walked down, for example. Some of the trails can be steep, including some rock stairs down to a viewpoint that are very steep. Also, caution should be used when walking out onto any rocks near the river as the rocks are often slippery from being a wet and the risk of falling and injury yourself is always possible. For this description, we start from parking lot #2, the higher of the two parking lots. Walk to the area of the parking lot where you drove in and follow the gravel path next to the road as it heads downhill. Keep following the path until it meets a junction and go right down the steep hill. Near the bottom, the trail turns into rock stairs that are very steep as you make your way to the bottom to see he view of the water cascading into the canyon below. After seeing the view, walk back up the stairs and the steep trail to the junction and this time go right, following the trail to a clearing by a Visitor Centre where there are additional views into the canyon. From this point, you can decide whether to walk down towards parking lot #1, where some trails access the river area, or return to parking lot #2. If you decide to walk down to parking lot #1, there are only partial trails to get there and you will have to walk on the side of a section of road. To do so, follow the trail on the far end of the visitor centre as it heads downhill but ends at the road. Walk down the side road, being careful to stay close to the side and avoid the vehicles driving through. Watch for a trail to the right and walk down the rock steps, continuing as it heads down into the forest. ”
  • 83 personnes du coin recommandent
Parc
“241-acre park with picturesque waterfalls and miles of trails, including some off leash areas. It makes for a beautiful walk and is not a difficult hike at all. The park borders Bayview Cemetery which is stunningly beautiful in all seasons, but especially in the fall.”
  • 48 personnes du coin recommandent
Trail
“Incredible views here and perfect for a nice day hike ! A definite must visit ! ”
  • 28 personnes du coin recommandent
Pont
“Walk the famous Deception Pass Bridge for stunning views. Hike along the scenic cliff trails or beachcomb along Bowman Bay and West Beach.”
  • 32 personnes du coin recommandent
Trail
“LOCATION Snoqualmie Region -- North Bend Area LENGTH 4.0 miles, roundtrip ELEVATION Gain: 1160 ft. Highest Point: 2078 ft”
  • 17 personnes du coin recommandent
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