Hiking North Trail

On May 31st we hiked the North Trail at Saint Edward State Park. The park’s 316 acres are located in Kenmore and Kirkland in the state of Washington. It also is set on the north eastern shore of Lake Washington with 3000 feet of freshwater shoreline.

Smiling at the bottom of the trail even though we knew it was going to be tougher going back uphill to the car. If you go to Saint Edward State Park you will need your Discover Pass or pay for day use.

Here’s another post on Saint Edward State Park with it’s history.

I’m watching World Cup Soccer as I type. World Cup is something I look forward to and the pressure is off since the USA did not qualify. Boohoo. The USA, Mexico and Canada were awarded joint hosting of the 2026 World Cup which was exciting news just before World Cup 2018 began this week. Wonderful news for North American soccer fans.

If you are a father reading my blog this weekend a very Happy Father’s Day to you!

About Ellenhttp://I am a wife, mother, baba (grandmother) and a loyal friend. Jesus is my King and my hope is in my future with Him.

7 thoughts on “Hiking North Trail

  1. I’ve always wanted to go hiking, but my fear of having to go to the bathroom and over consumption of “Dateline NBC” episodes about hiking trail murders has kept me home!😃 Probably best to go in groups like you guys! It really looks like a lot of fun!

    • Yes, hikes are good with groups and there are many shorter hikes that are manageable with restrooms available! 🙂

  2. Ellen – looks like a popular trail, it’s so wide compared to what I am used to! My hubby was watching the England-Tunisia game today and was thrilled with the win! Enjoy the rest of your week!

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