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Walking Kirkland


Lake Washington Boulevard Lake View Walk
Follow the blue arrows between downtown Kirkland and Carillon Point to enjoy the stunning 1.2 mile Lake View Walk, which winds past waterfront parks and offers spectacular views of the lake and Kirkland’s charming collection of public art.

Throughout the City of Kirkland
Start off with a stroll through Peter Kirk Park which features plenty of stops along the way to watch baseball, basketball, tennis and more.

Cross Kirkland Corridor
A 5.75-mile abandoned rail line transverses Kirkland from South Kirkland to Totem Lake connecting eight city neighborhoods and several parks.

Bridle Trails
Just minutes from downtown Kirkland, Bridle Trails State Park offers 482 forested acres with 28 miles of equestrian and pedestrian trails. Three marked trail loops provide routes of varying length.

 

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John McCutcheon

February 28

John McCutcheon is folk music’s renaissance man, master instrumentalist, powerful singer-songwriter, storyteller, activist, and author... more
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