Take a Hike!
We’ve put together some hiking tips and resources to make your outdoor experience safe and enjoyable.
🚶🏽 Let someone know of your hiking plans.
🚶🏽♀️ Check the weather.
🚶🏽♂️ Hike with a companion.
🚶🏽 Bring enough water.
🚶🏽♂️ Take a map and compass.
🚶🏽♂️ Choose a trail right for your fitness level — do some research before you go.
🚶🏽 Dress correctly — wear the right shoes and have layers available if the temperature drops.
🚶🏽♀️ Bring sun protection.
🚶🏽♂️ Pace yourself — find a pace you can maintain.
🚶🏽♀️ Leave no trace — don’t leave any garbage or items.
Before you go.
Seattle Hiking Resources
AllTrails shares 85 top running, walking, and hiking trails in and near Seattle. Their easy-to-navigate map and clickable categories makes finding the perfect trail easy! Check out the 77 “easy” rated trails if you are looking for a quick stroll.
Washington Trails Association has a great list of hikes within 30 minutes of Seattle. You’ll find helpful information about each trail, and — as an added bonus — beautiful photos from each area.
Condé Nast Traveler has put together a list of the 13 best hikes in Seattle. Each write-up features a description of the hiking area and a breathtaking photo. We’re ready to try them all!
Bay Area Hiking Resources
Hiking Project offers a great Bay Area hiking map. Zoom in and view recommended routes and their ratings. The website was built by hikers, and features information on 3,935 miles of trails. Don’t miss the 28 Bay Area “Gems.”
AllTrails features 90 top running, walking, and hiking trails in the San Francisco area. Their easy-to-navigate map and clickable categories makes finding the perfect trail easy. You’ll even find 61 “easy” rated trails that are perfect for short strolls.
Check out the nine best hikes in the San Francisco area according to Condé Nast Traveler. Each colorful and interesting write-up makes us want to go explore!
*Unless as otherwise stated, A3 Mobility LLC is not affiliated with the organizations profiled in this email.