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    4/3/2010 City / State: Seattle, WA Event Name: Easter Walk in the Park Event Type: Walk Event ID: 84137 Distance - Trail Ratings: 6/10K - 2 Description:
    Message 1 of 1 , Apr 2, 2010
      4/3/2010
      City / State: Seattle, WA
      Event Name: Easter Walk in the Park
      Event Type: Walk
      Event ID: 84137
      Distance - Trail Ratings: 6/10K - 2
      Description: Sidewalks, gravel, bark & dirt trails through the UW east
      (sports fields), into Arborteum, and back via Foster Island. Some steps
      but okay for jog walkers--not light weight strollers or wheelchairs.
      Amenities: Strollers: medium | Wheelchairs: NO | Pets: Yes | Restrooms: Yes
      Special Classifications: America's Gardens, Authors and Literary
      Landmarks, Hooray for Hollywood, Islands, Museums, Native American Culture
      Start Times: 9:00 a.m.- 1:00 p.m. Finish by 4:00 p.m.
      Location: E-5 Parking Lot, University of Washington Seattle, WA
      Start Point / Driving Directions: I-5 N or S'bound: Exit #168B
      (Bellevue/SR520). Take the Montlake Blvd/UW exit. LEFT onto Montlake
      Boulevard, staying RIGHT as it becomes 45th Street. Turn RIGHT onto Mary
      Gates Memorial Way and then RIGHT again onto Clark Road. Follow signs to
      E-5 Parking Lot. SR 520 Westbound: Take Montlake Blvd exit and turn
      RIGHT onto Motlake Blvd. Continue as above.
      Awards & Fees: A Award
      Comments: Parking fee of $2.00 for all starting before noon. NO dogs on
      Foster Island but an alternate route will be available for dogs and
      their guides. Porta-potty at start and facilities available on route
      Host Club: Emerald City Wanderers
      Contact: Edla Deppman (206) -93-5929
      Website: www.walkingwithecw.org
      E-Mail Contact: edla@...

      Photos: Walking in Jerusalem, Israel at Holy Week sites:
      Mount of Olives:
      http://walking.about.com/od/traileurope/ig/Mount-of-Olives/

      The Way of the Cross:
      http://walking.about.com/od/traileurope/ig/Via-Dolorosa/
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      4/10/2010
      City / State: Spokane, WA
      Event Name: April ESVA Meeting and Walk
      Event Type: Walk
      Event ID: 86765
      Distance - Trail Ratings: 10k,5k - 2
      Description: Visit World Class conservatory leaving the start point,
      enjoy international known Duncan Gardens, walk scenic south hill Spokane
      enjoying the variety of architecture, parks and panoramic views the old
      and new south hill offers the walker. finish the walk with a visit to
      the Japanese garden.
      Amenities: Strollers: hard | Wheelchairs: NO | Pets: Yes | Restrooms: Yes
      Special Classifications: America's Gardens, Firehouses, Waterfalls
      Start Times: 8 am to 11 am
      Location: Manito Park Annex next to Duncan Gardens
      Start Point / Driving Directions: Manito Park Annex next to Duncan
      Gardens. stone building east of the conservatory. East bound I-90 exit
      280, (Malple St.) turn right on Maple. West bound I-90 exit 280A, (Maple
      St Bridge), turn left on Maple. Follow arterial to 14 Ave. (Maple St.
      changes name several times) Turn left on 14 th Ave, follow 14 to Bernard
      St. (second trffic light). Turn right on Bernard. Follow Bernard to 21
      st Ave turn left stright ahead to end of 21st Ave and park entrance,
      parking lot on left, one way road on right to starting point.
      Awards & Fees: IVV Credit Only
      Comments: The ESVA 1st statewide meeting of 2010 will be held during
      this walk at the Arboretum Annex. The walk will feature a 10k and a 5k
      rated 2. Two YRE are also available in Spokane plus other YRE/SEA in the
      area and in Idaho. COME WALK WITH US. ESVA Special Program AC, FA, Counties
      Host Club: Lilac City Volkssport Assn.
      Contact: George Withers (509) 624-6518
      Website: lilaccityvolks.org
      E-Mail Contact: gdonnageorge@...

      4/11/2010
      City / State: Camano Island, WA
      Event Name: Camano Island Spring Getaway - Cama Beach State Park Route
      Event Type: Walk
      Event ID: 86273
      Distance - Trail Ratings: 5k and 10 k - 2+
      Description: First event in a three day festival of walks with a
      combination of sanctioned event walks and friendship walks of year-round
      routes. Potluck dinner Sunday night.
      Amenities: Strollers: NO | Wheelchairs: NO | Pets: Yes | Restrooms: Yes
      Special Classifications: Islands
      Start Times: 11am - 2 pm
      Location: Drop Off Shelter, Cama State Park 1880 Camano Drive.
      Start Point / Driving Directions: Drop Off Shelter Cama Beach State
      Park, 1880 SW Camano Dr. 1-5 Exit 212. Northbound left/south right.
      Consistently follow brown signs for the State Parks. Proceed straight
      through Stanwood on main road over Gen Mark Clark bridge onto Camano
      Island. At the fork in the road veer left onto E. Camano Rd. through two
      traffic lights and past the Texaco Station on the left. Approximately
      one mile past the Texaco Station, turn right at the next stop sign to
      head up the hill on Camano Hill Rd. Continue on Camano Hill Rd. to its
      end at a "T" intersection in approximately 3 miles. Turn left on West
      Camano Drive and drive approx. 2.8 miles to the entrance to Cama Beach
      State Park. Turn right into Cama Beach and drive past the entrance
      center following the signs to the "drop off center." Drive past he drop
      off center and make an immediate left and park in one of the lots
      available up the hill on the left. Walk back down the hill to the drop
      off shelter to begin walk.
      Awards & Fees: IVV Credit Only
      Comments: Join us for this unique 3-day event offering two walks each
      day for a total of 6 events. We offer a specially sanctioned event each
      of the three mornings. After the sanctioned event Sunday morning, you
      have the opportunity to walk the new year-round event at the Cama Beach
      State Park followed by a pot luck dinner down by the beach and cabins in
      the Park Whether staying in the cabins or not, you are invited to join
      us and share your favorite entrée, salad, or desert with the group.
      On Monday and Tuesday, join us for specially sanctioned group walks on
      Camano Island starting at 10am, followed by no-host lunches at local
      restaurants. To round out your days and make you sleep well, meet us for
      group walks at 2pm of the new Iverson Point Preserve year-round on
      Camano Island, and the Stanwood year-round.
      This is a good chance to see Washington’s newest State Park which was
      featured in Sunset Magazine as one of the nation’s top “Hideaways by the
      Sea”. We recommend that you take advantage of this opportunity to stay
      in the newly renovated, heated cabins at Cama Beach State Park at the
      budget winter rates. www.parks.wa.gov/camabeach.
      Host Club: NW Tulip Trekkers
      Contact: Bill Rusby (360) 387-6797
      Website: www.nwtrekkers.org
      E-Mail Contact: Rusbyw@...

      4/12/2010
      City / State: Camano Island, WA
      Event Name: Camano Island Spring Getaway - Cavalero Beach Route
      Event Type: Guided Walk
      Event ID: 86277
      Distance - Trail Ratings: 5k-10k - 2+
      Description: Enjoy Camano Island countryside while being guided by a
      local resident so you can enjoy all the beauty and history of the
      Island. All walkers will start and end the walk together. Only a
      portable restroom at starting point. Dogs allowed on leash.
      Amenities: Strollers: NO | Wheelchairs: NO | Pets: Yes | Restrooms: Yes
      Special Classifications: Islands
      Start Times: 10am
      Location: Cavalero Beach County Park, 1014 Simonson Pl.
      Start Point / Driving Directions: 1-5 Exit 212 Northbound left/south
      right. Consistently follow brown signs for the State Parks. Proceed
      straight through Stanwood on main road over Gen Mark Clark bridge onto
      Camano Island. At the fork in the road veer left onto E. Camano Rd.
      through two traffic lights and past the Texaco Station on the left.
      Approximately one mile past the Texaco Station proceed through the next
      stop light at Camano Hill Rd. and continue straight on for approximately
      2.4 miles until you see the brown "county park" sign and turn left at
      Cavalero Rd. Drive down the hill a couple hundred yards and turn left at
      the county park sign onto Simonson Pl. Drive down the short steep hill
      to the county park parking lot and the starting point for the walk.
      Awards & Fees: IVV Credit Only
      Comments: Join us for this unique 3-day event offering two walks each
      day for a total of 6 events. We offer a specially sanctioned event each
      of the three mornings. After the sanctioned event Sunday morning, you
      have the opportunity to walk the new year-round event at the Cama Beach
      State Park followed by a pot luck dinner down by the beach and cabins in
      the Park Whether staying in the cabins or not, you are invited to join
      us and share your favorite entrée, salad, or desert with the group.
      On Monday and Tuesday, join us for specially sanctioned group walks on
      Camano Island starting at 10am, followed by no-host lunches at local
      restaurants. To round out your days and make you sleep well, meet us for
      group walks at 2pm of the new Iverson Point Preserve year-round on
      Camano Island, and the Stanwood year-round.
      This is a good chance to see Washington’s newest State Park which was
      featured in Sunset Magazine as one of the nation’s top “Hideaways by the
      Sea”. We recommend that you take advantage of this opportunity to stay
      in the newly renovated, heated cabins at Cama Beach State Park at the
      budget winter rates.
      Host Club: NW Tulip Trekkers
      Contact: Bill Rusby (360) 387-6797
      Website: www.nwtrekkers.org
      E-Mail Contact: Rusbyw@...

      4/13/2010
      City / State: Camino Island, WA
      Event Name: Camano Island Spring Getaway - Maple Grove Boat Launch Route
      Event Type: Guided Walk
      Event ID: 86278
      Distance - Trail Ratings: 5k-10k - 3
      Description: Enjoy Camano Island countryside while being guided by a
      local resident so you can enjoy the beauty and history of the Island.
      All walkers will start and end the walk together. Only one portable
      restroom at starting point. Dogs allowed on leash.
      Amenities: Strollers: hard | Wheelchairs: NO | Pets: Yes | Restrooms: Yes
      Special Classifications: Islands
      Start Times: 10am
      Location: Maple Grove Boat Launch across from 641 Maple Grove Rd.
      Start Point / Driving Directions: Maple Grove Boat Launch across from
      641 Maple Grove Rd. 1-5 Exit 212 Northbound left/southbound right.
      Proceed straight through Stanwood on main road over Gen. Mark Clark
      bridge onto Camano Island and over the top of the hill passing Good Rd
      and Hanstead Rd. Just past Hanstead road continue straight on to North
      Camano Island, instead of veering left to East Camano (if you reach a
      stop light you went the wrong way). Shortly after getting on North
      Camano, you will have to stop at the stop sign at a "T" intersection.
      Turn right on to the sign posted Sunrise (this is confusing because you
      are now really just continuing on North Camano by turning right) You
      will stay on North Camano for approximately 3.1 miles passing Arrowhead
      Rd and Utsalady Point until you see the brown sign for the Maple Grove
      Boat Launch. Turn right on Maple Grove Road and drive down the hill
      approximately .5 miles to the bottom and turn right into the Maple Grove
      Boat Launch parking lot and the start of the walk.
      Awards & Fees: IVV Credit Only
      Comments: Join us for this unique 3-day event offering two walks each
      day for a total of 6 events. We offer a specially sanctioned event each
      of the three mornings. After the sanctioned event Sunday morning, you
      have the opportunity to walk the new year-round event at the Cama Beach
      State Park followed by a pot luck dinner down by the beach and cabins in
      the Park Whether staying in the cabins or not, you are invited to join
      us and share your favorite entrée, salad, or desert with the group.
      On Monday and Tuesday, join us for specially sanctioned group walks on
      Camano Island starting at 10am, followed by no-host lunches at local
      restaurants. To round out your days and make you sleep well, meet us for
      group walks at 2pm of the new Iverson Point Preserve year-round on
      Camano Island, and the Stanwood year-round.
      This is a good chance to see Washington’s newest State Park which was
      featured in Sunset Magazine as one of the nation’s top “Hideaways by the
      Sea”. We recommend that you take advantage of this opportunity to stay
      in the newly renovated, heated cabins at Cama Beach State Park at the
      budget winter rates.
      Host Club: NW Tulip Trekkers
      Contact: Bill Rusby (360) 387-6797
      Website: www.nwtrekkers.org
      E-Mail Contact: Rusbyw@...

      April 23-24-25: Vancouver Discovery Walk Festival
      The 14th annual International Vancouver Discovery Walk Festival invites
      you to three days of non-competitive walking\ events, entertainment, and
      meeting walking friends from around the world.
      The Discovery Walk Festival, Vancouver USA is a yearly walking festival
      sponsored by International Walk Fest Club and the City of Vancouver,
      Washington to foster international friendship and community fitness. The
      event is sanctioned by the IML Walking Association as part of their
      program of annual walking events around the world.
      The Discovery Walk Festival is also sanctioned by the IVV for volkssport
      credit toward lifelong achievement awards (Sanctions
      NW10-81322, 23, 24, 25, 26, 28).
      Location and Hotel
      Registration, start and finish are at the Hilton Hotel, 301 W. 6th St.,
      Vancouver, WA, 98660. Swims will be at the Propstra Aquatic Center, with
      shuttle provided.
      Travelers
      Hilton Hotel: identify yourself as with the Discovery Walk Festival.
      $121/night single or double, $141 triple, $161 quad,
      plus tax. Reserve online or Call 1-800-HILTONS or +1-360-993-4500 Fax:
      +1-360-993-4484. Air travelers should fly into
      Portland International Airport (PDX), Oregon, just minutes away.
      Vancouver is served by AMTRAK train and Greyhound bus.
      Along the Walk
      All trails will be clearly marked with arrows, and maps provided.
      Checkpoints along the walking routes each 5-6 kilometers (3 miles)
      provide water, snacks, restrooms, and a first aid kit. Walkers and
      bikers should carry their own water bottle to use between checkpoints.
      Selected checkpoints will be next to a restaurant/snack bar. The Clark
      County Amateur Radio Club provides communication support. 200 community
      volunteers provide event support.
      Stipulations
      All participants must sign a waiver, and by registering they accept the
      guidelines of the AVA and will adhere to the directions of the event
      personnel. The AVA is not liable for loss, theft, damage, or injury.
      Awards
      Mayor’s Walk: All receive a Mayor’s Walk award: a string backpack.
      Bike and Swim: Finishers receive a medal.
      Saturday and Sunday Walks: All receive the Discovery Walk Award.
      Marathon: In addition to the Discovery Walk award, marathon finishers
      receive a certificate.
      Triathlon: Receive a Triathlon ribbon on the swim medal for completing a
      walk, bike, and swim.
      Team Discount Registration & Awards
      Teams of 10 or more must register as a team by April 1 to earn the Team
      Award plaque. Teams of 10 or more are eligible for the team rate of $5
      per event. Teams must register together by mail,
      online or at the event. Teams may register or pick up their start cards
      at the Group Registration Table.
      Registration and Fees
      Cost is $10 per event. Team discount available for 10 people or more $5
      per person per event.
      Children age 12 and under are free, each group of children must be
      accompanied by an adult registered for the events.
      You can register at the event, online, or by mail. Registration fee
      includes awards, IVV Credit and IML Credit. All participants, including
      children, receive the awards and credit; there is no credit-only
      category. Registration is not refundable. IVV credit is given for all
      events and for distances walked or biked. Swimmers may earn 2 IVV credit
      stamps by doing the swim twice, for no additional fee. Record Books for
      both IVV and IML will be available for purchase. IML Walking Association
      credit is earned by completing at least 20K each day on Saturday and
      Sunday. IML achievement medals and country bars will be available for
      sale to those achieving award levels.
      Pre-registration
      Registration by mail must be postmarked by April 10. Online registration
      will be open through April 18. No refunds.
      You may register at the event
      Registration is open at the Hilton Hotel Friday 2PM - 6PM and on
      Sat. from 6:30AM - 12PM and Sunday from 7:30AM - 12PM
      All Ages Are Welcome
      Children under 12 years of age are FREE. Each group of children must be
      accompanied by an adult registered for the event. Pets must be leashed
      and “scooped” and are not allowed inside buildings. All participants
      must register. New Walker Packets are available for $5.00 to get our new
      friends started in the IVV Individual Achievement Award program.
      Social Activities
      Friday: Opening Ceremony 3:45PM
      Sunday: Closing Ceremonies: 3PM
      SCHEDULE
      FRIDAY, APRIL 23: Mayor’s Friendship Walk
      Opening Ceremony 3:45PM.
      Start times: Anytime 4 - 6PM. Finish by 9PM.
      Enjoy an easy 5 or 10 km walk seeing historic and scenic areas of Vancouver.
      SATURDAY, APRIL 24: Walks
      Choose your distance - Marathon 42K, 21k, 10K or 5K. Trail rated 2
      (moderate) on paved surfaces with some hills. The marathon distance is
      twice-around the 21K route. The 5K is suitable for wheelchairs and
      strollers. The walk visits Vancouver parks, greenways, and
      neighborhoods. Runners/racewalkers should start at the end of their
      start period and carry their own water and snacks.
      Schedule:
      42K: start 7AM. Must start second 21K loop by 11AM finish by 4PM
      21K start 7-9AM, finish by 4PM.
      5K/10K start 8AM-12PM, finish by 4PM.
      Family Fun 5K Walk: a special 10AM start time for our 5K (3 mile) route
      will include fun for everyone.
      SUNDAY, APRIL 25: Walks, Bikes, Swims
      Walk: Choose 21K, 10K or 5K route. Trails rated 2 (moderate) on paved
      surfaces with some hills. The 5K is suitable for wheelchairs/strollers.
      Bike: Choose 15K, 25K, or 50K route. The bike routes tour the western
      areas of Vancouver. Helmets required, some rental bikes available.
      Swims: Two 300 meter swims in the afternoon at Propstra Pool (shuttle
      provided).
      Schedule:
      21K: Start 8 – 9AM, finish by 4PM.
      5K/10K start 8AM-12PM, finish by 4PM.
      25K/50K Bike start 9AM - 12PM, finish by 4PM.
      Swims start 1:30-3:45PM, finish by 4PM.
      Web Site: http://www.discoverywalk.org
      Email: info@...

      5/1/2010
      City / State: Vancouver, WA
      Event Name: May Day Spring Walk
      Event Type: Walk
      Event ID: 83888
      Distance - Trail Ratings: 5/10 km - 2+
      Description: Celebrate spring! View blooming neighborhood flowers and
      gardens, an urban valley view, and a natural forest path. 10km route is
      rated 2+ due to one short up-hill. Walk quiet Burton/Evergreen
      residential areas, local parks and schools. Surfaces also include street
      and road shoulders, sidewalks, and paved paths. Level, easy 5km route,
      rated 1+, includes schools and forest path.
      Amenities: Strollers: medium | Wheelchairs: NO | Pets: Yes | Restrooms: Yes
      Special Classifications: This event doesn't have any special
      classifications assigned.
      Start Times: Start 1 - 5 p.m. Finish by 8 p.m.
      Location: Firstenburg Community Center
      Start Point / Driving Directions: 700 NE 136th Avenue; From I-205 North
      or South, take Exit 28 (Mill Plain Blvd). At end of ramp, go east
      (northbound right, southbound left) on Mill Plain to SE 136th Avenue,
      Left on SE 136th to Firstenburg Community Center. Left into parking lot;
      right in front of building to park on NORTH end of building. Volkswalk
      signs will be posted.
      Awards & Fees: IVV Credit Only
      Comments: CHALLENGES: Libraries; Farmland/Steppes, Mountains, All
      Clubs, Clark County
      Host Club: All Weather Walkers
      Contact: Jan Breneman (360) 835-9686
      Website: www.allweatherwalkers.org
      E-Mail Contact: breneman@...

      5/1/2010
      City / State: Everett, WA
      Event Name: Smith Island - Spencer Island walk
      Event Type: Walk
      Event ID: 86272
      Distance - Trail Ratings: 5k & 11k - 1+
      Description: Start at Langus park picnic shelter next to Snohomish
      river, 5k route on trail along river, trail is paved and gravel road.
      11k route crosses bridge from Smith Island to Spencer Island. Spencer
      Island is a Snohomish county park and State Wildlife refuge. Views of
      Cascade Mountains, see Eagles and other wild birds. Challenges: Islands
      and Riverwalk America.
      Amenities: Strollers: easy | Wheelchairs: hard | Pets: Yes | Restrooms: Yes
      Special Classifications: Islands, Riverwalk America
      Start Times: 8:00 am - 12:00 Noon
      Location: Langus Riverfront Park Picnic Shelter 400 Smith Island Rd
      Start Point / Driving Directions: I-5 northbound exit 195 Marine View
      Dr, turn Left, to Walnut and Marine View Dr. Turn Left onto SR529 north,
      cross bridge over Snohomish river and first Right turn, Right on 35th,
      Left on Ross Ave follow signs to Everett Animal Shelter.
      I-5 southbound exit 198 N. Broadway SR529 south, cross bridge over
      Steamboat Slough, turn Right on Frontage Rd, road curves under SR529
      onto Ross Ave follow signs to Everett Animal Shelter.
      Awards & Fees: IVV Credit Only
      Comments:
      Host Club: Sound Steppers Volkssport Club
      Contact: Neil Smith (206) 214-5274
      Website: Soundstepper.org
      E-Mail Contact: nei.smith@...

      5/1/2010 - 5/2/2010
      City / State: Moses Lake, WA
      Event Name:
      Event Type: Walk
      Event ID: 86247
      Marsh Unit II—Lower Crab Creek
      Distance: 10 Km (6.2 miles)
      5 Km (3.1 miles)
      Description: (3) Walk cross country on sandy, rocky uneven soil on well
      defined trails while exploring this seemingly oddly out-of-place desert
      oasis, pock-marked with numerous small lakes and pothole reservoirs. A
      thick growth of sage brush, tumble weed, grasses, and juniper supports a
      rich population of wildlife like mule deer and coyotes, and an abundance
      of birds. Not suitable for baby strollers or wheelchairs.
      Start Times: 8 am - 12 pm
      Location: Potholes State Park
      Start Point / Driving Directions:
      Awards & Fees: A multicolored embroidered patch of the sand dunes,
      potholes and buttes designed by Dorman Batson is $7.50. Credit only is
      $3.00. Free participants are welcome but all must register and carry
      and return a start card. Pre-registration must be postmarked by April
      15th. To pre-register for the patch, use this form. “B” awards and
      hatpins also available.
      Host Club: Four-Plus Foolhardy Folks
      Contact: Dorm Batson (253) 838-3554
      Website: www.mywalkinglife.net/fourplusclub
      E-Mail Contact: dlbatsonfedwy@...

      5/1/2010 - 5/2/2010
      City / State: Moses Lake, WA
      Event Name:
      Event Type: Walk
      Event ID: 86248
      Marsh Unit I—Blythe Lake
      Distance: 10 Km (6.2 miles)
      Description (3): Walk on old dirt roads, park trails, and sandy paths
      past Blythe Lake and onto the plateau above the lake. The trail leads
      past some smaller unique potholes to views of Upper Goose Lake and the
      surrounding Scablands terrain. Not suitable for baby strollers or
      wheelchairs.
      Start Times: 8 am - 12 pm
      Location: Potholes State Park
      Start Point / Driving Directions:
      Awards & Fees: A Award
      Comments:
      Host Club: Four-Plus Foolhardy Folks
      Contact: Dorm Batson (253) 838-3554
      Website: ww.mywalkinglife.net/fourplusclub
      E-Mail Contact: dlbatsonfedwy@...

      5/15/2010
      City / State: Fort Lewis, WA
      Event Name: Fort Lewis
      Event Type: Walk
      Event ID: 86487
      Distance - Trail Ratings: 5K, 10K - 2+
      Description: Walk on sidewalks, road shoulders thru historic Fort
      Lewis, and on trails in wooded area.
      Amenities: Strollers: medium | Wheelchairs: NO | Pets: No | Restrooms: Yes
      Special Classifications: This event doesn't have any special
      classifications assigned.
      Start Times: 9:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m.
      Location: Fort Lewis, Washington
      Start Point / Driving Directions:
      Awards & Fees: A Award
      Comments:
      Host Club: Sea-Tac Volkssports Club
      Contact: Preston Johnson (253) 839-1892
      Website: www.ava.org
      E-Mail Contact: eldercounselor@...

      5/22/2010
      City / State: Bellevue, WA
      Event Name: Bellevue Art and Parks Walk
      Event Type: Walk
      Event ID: 86326
      Distance - Trail Ratings: 6K 10K - 1+
      Description: Walk on city and neighborhood sidewalks through the heart
      of Downtown Bellevue viewing public art. Highlights include Bellevue's
      Old Main Street and several Bellevue Parks including Wildwood Park,
      Downtown Park and Meydenbauer Beach Park. Additional highlights include
      scenic view of Lake Washington, Bellevue Square Mall, Lincoln Center,
      Bellevue Arts Museum and Bellevue City Hall
      Amenities: Strollers: | Wheelchairs: | Pets: | Restrooms:
      Special Classifications: Artistic Heritage, Authors and Literary
      Landmarks, Firehouses, Museums
      Start Times: 8:00AM-12:00PM Finish by 3:00PM
      Location: Northwest Arts Center
      Start Point / Driving Directions: 9825 NE 24th St. Bellevue. From
      I-405(N) take NE 8th exit 13B. Take the west ramp, merge on to NE 8th
      St. Turn Right onto Bellevue Way NE. Left onto NE 24th St. Continue to
      9825 NE 24th. Parking across the street at school. Metro #240 stops at
      23rd and 98th (1 block away) with connection from the Bellevue Transit
      Center
      Awards & Fees: IVV Credit Only
      Comments: Water and restrooms next to start/finish Downtown Park and
      Meydenbauer Beach Park. Pets are permitted but NOT in building(s).
      Owners are responsible for obeying leash and cleanup laws. Staircases in
      Meydenbauer Park will limit strollers, alternate route provided.
      Host Club: Interlaken Trailblazers Volkssport Club
      Contact: Shann McKeever (206) 246-7724
      Website: No Website Listed
      E-Mail Contact: shann.mckeever@...
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