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Sep
19
Crossroads Farmers Market-Tuesday Market
Jun. 6, 2017 - Sep. 26, 2017
Sep
19
Mariners vs.Texas Rangers
Sep. 19, 2017 - Sep. 21, 2017
Sep
20
Fashion Week at The Bellevue Collection
Sep. 20, 2017 - Sep. 24, 2017
Sep
21
Bellevue Farmers Market - Thursday Market
May. 18, 2017 - Oct. 12, 2017
Sep
22
Mariners vs. Cleveland Indians
Sep. 22, 2017 - Sep. 22, 2017
Sep
23
Kirkland Oktoberfest
Sep. 23, 2017 - Sep. 23, 2017
Sep
23
Mariners vs. Cleveland Indians
Sep. 23, 2017 - Sep. 24, 2017
Oct
1
Seahawks Vs. Indianapolis Colts
Oct. 1, 2017 - Oct. 1, 2017
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Outdoor Recreation - Hiking and Climbing

Hiking Trails & Climbing

Whether you're a beginner or a seasoned hiker, there are plenty of ways to explore Bellevue and the surrounding region on foot. The abundance of local parks and trails makes it easy to escape the bustle of the city without ever having to leave the city. Spot native wildlife from the wooden boardwalks at Mercer Slough Nature Park; see Bellevue bloom into Spring at the Botanical Garden; or simply get lost in the moment while winding along trails through the forested wilderness of Weowna Park.

For a steeper trek, head east on I-90 to the Cascade Mountains where you will find countless trails leading to lakes, peaks, creeks, and waterfalls all within a short drive of Bellevue. Some of the most popular hikes in the area include Twin Falls, Rattlesnake Ledge, Mailbox Peak, Mount Si, and Poo Poo Point.

Interested in learning more about native wildlife? Join Bellevue Parks & Community Services on a ranger-led hike or attend an interpretive program.  To find upcoming programs and hikes, check out our calendar of events. For more information about Bellevue's parks and trails, stop by the Lewis Creek Visitor Center or Mercer Slough Environmental Education Center to pick up trail maps, brochures, and program information or chat with a Park Ranger at the Lake Hills Greenbelt Ranger Station

 

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Grand Ridge Park

26727 Southeast Issaquah-Fall City Road
Issaquah, WA 98029
(P) 206-296-8687  
-Access Points: Issaquah-to-High Point Trail; Central Park in the Issaquah Highlands Grand Ridge Park is comprised of 1,200 acres of ...more details

Lewis Creek Park

5808 Lakemont Blvd
Bellevue, WA 98006
(P) 425-452-4195  
Situated at the headwaters of Lewis Creek Stream, Lewis Creek Park includes wetlands, meadows, forests, and 3 miles of paved and ...more details

Little Si Trail

SE Mt Si Rd
North Bend, WA 98045
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