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  • Wendy Bumgardner
    Sep 6, 2013
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      9/7/2013
      City / State: Camas, WA
      Event Name: Three Lakes Walk
      Event Type: Walk
      Event ID: 95298
      Distance - Trail Ratings: 5 km / 11 km - 2B
      Description: Hilltop and lakeside neighborhoods connect forested
      parks on nature paths and some rough trails along the shores of Lacamas
      and Round Lakes, and above Fallen Leaf Lake, part of Camas newest park.
      A rocky, tree-rooted forest path downhill from above Fallen Leaf Lake
      offers beautiful views of this little-known gem through the forested
      canopy. The 5 km route is rated 1B and includes smoother paths near and
      along all the lakes. Strollers are okay for the 5 km route only, and may
      have difficulty across the narrow Round Lake Dam and fish wheel.
      Amenities: Strollers: medium | Wheelchairs: NO | Pets: Yes |
      Restrooms: Yes
      Special Programs: Rainbow Color-Named Places, Walking America's
      Trails, WPA Works Projects Administration
      Start Times: 9 a.m. - 1 p.m.; finish by 4 p.m.
      Location: Lacamas Lake Park, 3344 NE Everett Street, Overflow
      parking lot
      Start Point / Driving Directions: 3344 NE Everett Street, overflow
      parking lot. From I-5 or I-205, take SR-14 East, then Exit 10 (SE 192nd
      Avenue). LEFT at end of ramp and drive 2.6 miles to SE 1st Street
      (Camas). RIGHT on 1st, which soon becomes NW Lake Road, for 4 miles.
      LEFT on NE Everett Street. Pass main parking lot of Lacamas Lake Park
      and turn RIGHT on NE 35th Avenue. One short block to the parks overflow
      parking lot on the LEFT. Volkswalk signs will be posted.
      Awards & Fees: IVV Credit Only
      Comments: Hiking shoes and poles may be helpful on the rough trail,
      which is about 1.5 km long midway through the 11km route.
      Host Club: All Weather Walkers
      Contact: Jan Breneman (360) 835-9686
      Website: www.allweatherwalkers.org
      E-Mail Contact: breneman@...

      9/7/2013
      City / State: Mead, WA
      Event Name: Mt. Spokane State Park Walk
      Event Type: Walk
      Event ID: 95950
      Distance - Trail Ratings: 5k 10k 15k - 3C
      Description: The walk will consist of three 5 K loops. Any two of
      the loops can be walked for the 10 K option, and any of the loops can be
      walked for the 5 K option.
      Amenities: Strollers: NO | Wheelchairs: NO | Pets: Yes | Restrooms: Yes
      Special Programs: This event doesn't have any special Programs assigned.
      Start Times: 8:00 am - Noon
      Location: Selkirk Lodge, Mt. Spokane State Park
      Start Point / Driving Directions: From I90 take the US 2/US 395 exit
      and proceed north. At the Y stay right on US 2. Follow US 2 to WSH 206
      (Traffic Signal). Turn right and drive to Mt. Spokane State Park. The
      entrance to Mt. Spokane State Park is at the end of Washingon State
      Route 206. In the park the road becomes Mt. Spokane Park Drive. Follow
      the road until you reach Selkirk Lodge.
      Awards & Fees: IVV Credit Only
      Comments: Washington State Discover Pass or day use permit required
      for entrance into the park. Weather conditions could alter the rating.
      Mt. Spokane State Park is the largest park owned by the Washington State
      Parks.
      Host Club: Lilac City Volkssport Assn.
      Contact: Sue Lecoe (509) 710-8641
      Website: lilaccityvolks.com
      E-Mail Contact: sue7011@...

      Shoreline YRE Move: Shoreline Haggens Pharmacy and Food store is
      closing. Moving the YRE box for walk #Y1390 effective 8/15/13.
      New location: Walgreens, 17524 Aurora Ave. N.,Shoreline, WA 98133
      I-5 exit #176 /N 175th, northbound Left, southbound Right, onto 175th.
      Right on Midvale Ave. Left to Walgreens parking lot.

      Edmonds Meadowdale Beach YRE Y396 had to be moved due to construction.
      New location 7500 196th SW Edmonds QFC store. New route and new name
      Five Parks.
      The other YRE Y1913 from Edmonds Harbor Square Athletic Club remains at
      the same location.

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      9/18/2013
      City / State: Tacoma, WA
      Event Name: Tacoma Nature Center Snake Lake Guided Walk
      Event Type: Walk
      Event ID: 96184
      Distance - Trail Ratings: 10km/5km - 1B
      Description: Walk on dirt trails throughout Tacoma Nature Center
      around Snake Lake and partially paved trails in Delong and Franklin
      Parks. The remainder of the walk is on sidewalks and road shoulder
      through residential and business areas. Credit only is $3.00. Free
      participants are welcome, but all must register, carry and return a
      start card.
      Amenities: Strollers: NO | Wheelchairs: NO | Pets: | Restrooms: Yes
      Special Programs: Bakeries Family Owned, Baseball Walks
      Start Times: Guided Walk Start: 9:30a.m.
      Location: Tacoma Nature Center/Snake Lake
      Start Point / Driving Directions: 1919 S. Tyler St, Tacoma, WA. I-5:
      Exit 132 (SR 16). Take Exit 1B (Union Ave) on SR 16. RIGHT on Union Ave
      to S. 19th St. LEFT on S. 19th to S. Tyler St. LEFT on S. Tyler St.
      Entrance to Tacoma Nature Center is on LEFT. Vehicle parking at Nature
      Center may be limited due to other activities, at the Center. Additional
      parking is available across So Tyler St at Heidelberg - Davis Park.
      Awards & Fees: IVV Credit Only
      Comments: This is a Guided Walk. The walks starts promply at 9:30a.m.
      PETS ARE NOT PERMITTED IN THE NATURE CENTER.
      Host Club: Evergreen Wanderers
      Contact: Chuck Layton (253) 851-8756
      Website: evergreenwanderers.homestead.com
      E-Mail Contact: celayt@...

      9/28/2013
      City / State: Issaquah, WA
      Event Name: Autumn in Issaquah Highlands
      Event Type: Walk
      Event ID: 95768
      Distance - Trail Ratings: 6K/10K/14K - 2B
      Description: Enjoy early fall in the Highlands. We will start our
      walk at the picnic shelter in Central Park in the Issaquah Highlands.
      Beautiful walk on trails and sidewalks through the villages and parks of
      the Highlands. Grand views along the walk. Surface paved for about 2/3.
      Soft groomed trail for 1/3.
      Amenities: Strollers: NO | Wheelchairs: NO | Pets: Yes | Restrooms: Yes
      Special Programs: This event doesn't have any special Programs assigned.
      Start Times: 9:00am-12:00pm finish by 3:00pm
      Location: Issaquah Highlands Central Park
      Start Point / Driving Directions: 1907 NE Park Drive, Issaquah, WA
      From I-90 Eastbound take exit 18. Keep left at the fork to merge to
      Highlands Dr NE. Right on NE Federal Dr. Keep right at the fork to NE
      Park Dr. Turn right into Central Park. Right at College Way down the
      hill to the parking lot of Grand View School. After parking walk up the
      hill and cross Park Dr. RIGHT then LEFT to Picnic Shelter for walk
      start. There is very limited parking in the lot adjacent to the Picnic
      Shelter
      Awards & Fees: IVV Credit Only
      Comments:
      Host Club: Interlaken Trailblazers Volkssport Club
      Contact: Sharon Moats (425) 235-0528
      Website: www.interlakentrailblazers.org
      E-Mail Contact: atthepond3@...

      10/4/2013 - 10/6/2013
      City / State: Snoqualmie Pass, WA
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      Event Name: Granite Mountain Trail
      Event Type: Walk Event ID: 95381
      Distance - Trail Ratings: 10km - 4D
      Description: Hike Granite Mt Trail on well maintained dirt trails
      switchbacking through thick forest and out onto the open crossing
      avalanche slopes to reach the ridge top and broad views of Mt Rainier,
      Stuart, Glacier, Baker, and the backbone of the Cascade Mountain Rainge.
      From the ridge climb up over large boulders to the summit lookout @
      5,629 feet.
      Amenities: Strollers: NO | Wheelchairs: NO | Pets: Yes | Restrooms: No
      Start Times: 8:00 a.m. to 12 noon
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      Event Name: Masson Lake/Mt Defiance trail
      Event Type: Walk Event ID: 95382
      Distance - Trail Ratings: 10km/16.6km - 5D
      Description: Hike on old road on the Ira Spring Trail to Bandera
      Junction. Continue on less strenuous climb into Alpine Lakes Wilderness
      on trail down to Masson Lake and over a short divide and switch-back
      through heavy forest onto south slope of Mt Defiance with views of Mt
      Rainier, Mt Adams, Bandera Mountain and Masson Lake. Traverse across
      open slope where trail goes around corner to plunge back into forest
      finding an unmarked narrow trail that leads straight up the west flank
      of Mt Defiance to the summit. elevation gain is 3,564 feet in 8.3km out
      and back, 1,800 feet in 5.1km out and back
      Amenities: Strollers: NO | Wheelchairs: NO | Pets: Yes | Restrooms: No
      Start Times: 7:00am (according to AVA site)
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      Event Name: Snow Lake Trail
      Event Type: Walk Event ID: 95383
      Distance - Trail Ratings: 10.8km/14.2km - 2D
      Description: Snow Lake Trail: Start hike walking up log steps to
      rocky trail that traverses the hillside across avalanche chutes and
      ascends through a huge mountain hemlock forest, across talus fields to
      reach the Source Lake overlook junction. Take round-trip spur across
      rock slopes to view the source of the South Fork Snoqualmie River.
      Return to main trail and continue following switch-backs up along a
      sometimes rocky trail to log steps to cross into Alpine Lakes Wilderness
      boundary crossing over onto the lip of Snow Lake basin and begin to
      descend. Visible through the trees, the lake lies beyond a talus field,
      the ruins of a stone walled cabin, waterfall and pool. Elevation gain is
      1,644 feet for 7.1km out and back, 1,000 feet for 5.4km out and back.
      Amenities: Strollers: NO | Wheelchairs: NO | Pets: Yes | Restrooms: No
      Special Programs: This event doesn't have any special Programs assigned.
      Start Times: 8:00 a.m. to 12 noon
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      Event Name: Kendall Katwalk Trail
      Event Type: Walk Event ID: 95384
      Distance - Trail Ratings: 13.3km/18.4km - 3D
      Description: Hike on well-maintained trail with reputation of best
      day hike on the Pacific Crest Trail. Kendal Katwalk, a natural bridge or
      saddle located 5.5 miles up the trail between Kendal Peak and Red
      Mountain. Follow rocky trail switchbacks that meander across ancient
      rock slides, through towering forest, alongside sloping clefts, past
      spectacular views of Red Mountain, Granite Mountain, Snoqualmie Pass and
      Mt Rainier to aBove treeline, and around a prominent rock point to the
      back side of Kendal Mountain to the Katwalk. Elevation gain is 2,300
      feet for 9.2km out and back, 1,800 feet for 6.6km out and back.
      Amenities: Strollers: NO | Wheelchairs: NO | Pets: Yes | Restrooms: Yes
      Special Programs: This event doesn't have any special Programs assigned.
      Start Times: 7:00am (according to AVA site)
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      Location: Summit Inn @ Snoqualmie Pass, 603 SR 906, Snoqualmie,
      Washington/Dirty Harry's Peak Trail
      Start Point / Driving Directions: I-90 EASTBOUND: Exit #47, to RIGHT
      on SR906 to Summit Inn on LEFT.
      I-90 WESTBOUND: Exit #52 to RIGHT then LEFT AT "T" to SR906. RIGHT to
      Summit Inn on RIGHT side of SR906.
      Awards & Fees: A Award
      Comments: Register at the Summit Inn and drive to trail-head start.
      Pets must be on leash at all times on trail.
      Washington State Discovery Pass required.
      Host Club: Four-Plus Foolhardy Folks
      Contact: Batson, Dorman (253) 517-9634
      Website: http://fourplushikers.org/upcoming_index_files/Page401.htm
      E-Mail Contact: dlbatsonfedwy@...

      10/5/2013
      City / State: Spokane, WA
      Event Name: Volkswalk with "Walk to End Alzheimer's"
      Event Type: Walk
      Event ID: 96287
      Distance - Trail Ratings: 5k 10k - 1A
      Description: Walk is with the Inland Northwest Alzheimer's
      Association's "Walk to End Alzheimer's". The 5 K route is their walk and
      is an out oand back on the Centennial Trail along the Spokane River. For
      those wishing to complete 10K the LCVA will have an extension of the
      route in the gonzaga University area before rejoining the 5 K back to
      the start/finish.
      Amenities: Strollers: easy | Wheelchairs: medium | Pets: Yes |
      Restrooms: Yes
      Special Programs: Walking America's Trails
      Start Times: 10:00 am
      Location: Riverfront Park North Bank Shelter
      Start Point / Driving Directions: From I-90 follow the signs to
      Riverfront Park. Parking can be found near the Veteran's Arena and the
      Civic Theater (Boone and Howard) and along city streets. The North Bank
      Shelter is at the north end of the Blue Bridge east of the Flour Mill.
      Awards & Fees: IVV Credit Only
      Comments: Registration will be available from 8:00-9:45 am at which
      time the participants will join other walkers for the opening ceremonies
      for the "Walk to End Alzheimer's." The trail will open at 10:00 am. All
      record keeping will occur at the time of registration. In addition to
      the IVV/AVA registration process ALL participants must also register
      on-line for the "Walk to End Alzheimer's" at http://act.alz.org/Spokane.
      Though not required all participants are encouraged to contribute to
      this great cause. A map of Riverfront Park can be found on-line.
      Host Club: Lilac City Volkssport Assn.
      Contact: Allan Heritage (509) 465-2690
      Website: lilaccityvolks.com
      E-Mail Contact: agheritage@...

      10/5/2013
      City / State: Fort Lewis, WA
      Event Name: JBLM OKTOBERFEST 2013
      Event Type: Walk
      Event ID: 95951
      Distance - Trail Ratings: 5km/10km - 1A
      Description: New route. Walk through Fort Lewis housing area, past
      Gray Army Airfield, to the Fort Lewis Museum and return. Walk is on
      sidewalks and other paved surfaces. Credit only $3. Free participants
      are welcome but all must register, carry, and return a Start Card.
      Amenities: Strollers: | Wheelchairs: NO | Pets: Yes | Restrooms: Yes
      Special Programs: This event doesn't have any special Programs assigned.
      Start Times: 9:00a.m to 1:00p.m. Finish by 4:00p.m.
      Location: JBLM/Joint Base Lewis McChord/Ft. Lewis Reservation
      Start Point / Driving Directions: I-5 Northbound and Southbound take
      Exit 121. Pass through Ft. Lewis main gate. Continue on 41st Division
      Drive, through 3 traffic lights. Turn RIGHT on Liggett Avenue to the
      First traffic light, then LEFT behind the bowling alley. Look for the
      BIG WHITE TENT, which is the Start/Finish.
      Awards & Fees: IVV Credit Only
      Comments: Water and restrooms at Start/Finish and Control Point.
      Pets permitted, but NOT in buildings. Owners are responsible for leash
      and clean-up laws. Start/Finish is located in tent at the site of the
      Oktoberfest. German food, beer, and Oomph band music will be there for
      all to enjoy.
      Non-military will be sent a vehicle pass to enter JBLM, upon request.
      Email your First Name, Middle Initial, Last Name and Date of Birth to
      the following by Sept 19, 2013. A pass will be sent to you. EMAIL:
      gloria.h.tomczewski.naf@...
      Host Club: Evergreen Wanderers
      Contact: Chuck Repik (253) 582-7474
      Website: evergreenwanderers.homestead.com
      E-Mail Contact: crepik@...

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