So now that you’ve moved to glorious Seattle (and maybe don’t have wheels right now), you’re probably wondering – what’s the easiest and quickest way to go for a hike?
For those people who love hiking around Seattle, but hate driving – or don’t have a car – it’s possible to still access the area’s stunning natural beauty by foot. As it turns out, you can go hiking by transit, both within the city and nearby.
King County Metro’s Trailhead Direct shuttle service from Seattle to trailheads in Issaquah and North Bend is making this exceptionally easy. And not just during the late spring and summer when it runs – there are actually year-round options for transit hiking as well.
Check out the fabulous maps over at Seattle Curbed to see all the trails!
… and if you haven’t managed to move to the gorgeous King County area yet, no doubt there’s a home waiting patiently for you! I’ve lived in this area since 1992, so I know every nook and cranny, and I’m here to help you find the perfect spot. Contact me today and tell me what you’re looking for!