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Our Trail That We Walk --a couple times a week or more...

Trails & Routes:  Lake Youngs 9 Mile Nature Trail Cool

 

We are very fortunate to live right next to this natural nature trail.  I often take the children on a small 1/2 mile hikes.  We usually hike to the rasberry and black berry bushes and then turn around and go back to class.  This trail is enclosed on both sides --with a metal fence.  The children can see butterflies, deer, horses, slugs, lizards and much of the great WA states insects....  While we walk, the children are still learning! We often practice our number counting, alphabet, colors as we walk....


Renton , Washington 98058

Soos Creek Regional Trail near Fairwood Renton.

The Soos Creek Trail features a semi gentle grade in a natural setting suitable for leisurely strolls , bicycle rides and horse rides. A Connection to the Lake Youngs Trail (9 miles , unpaved) can be made along SE 216th St corridor. Soos Creek Trail Details

Length: 4 miles

Surface: Paved with soft shoulder. A separate soft surface trail for equestrians exists along some portions of the trail.

Access Points: Gary Grant Park at SE 208th and 137th Ave SE; Soos Creek Trailhead at 145th Ave SE between SE 240th St and SE 256th St Meridian; Soos Creek South Trailhead at 152nd Way SE

Permitted Use: All non-motorized use.

Accessibility: While completely paved , there are some grades that do not meet ADA standards.

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