Normandy Beach Trail is a 1.4 mile moderately trafficked loop trail located near Normandy Park, Washington that features beautiful wild flowers and is good for all skill levels. The trail offers a number of activity options and is accessible year-round. Dogs are also able to use this trail.
Marine View Park, consisting of 27.37 acres of heavily wooded bluffs and ravines, is located between Marine View Drive and Puget Sound, south of 208th Street. The upper portion, adjacent to Marine View Drive, is level and presently, has gravel paths through the woods. The rest of the wooded portion of the property is a steep bluff and large ravine. Locations along the edge of this bluff provide an excellent view of Puget Sound. The beach is a combination of gravel and sand with a very gentle slope. The upper beach, between the base of the bluff and the high tide line, is quite narrow and may be fully
This is a short trail that is great when you have just a little bit of time to enjoy the outdoors. Wonderful viees and the return uphill climb will actually get your heart pumping a little quicker.
Small effort for huge reward. Had an hr before returning the car at the airport so we came for a quick 15 minute "hike" at the park
great place to take the dog.
I am a hard hiker but this hike was great. Amazing views of the water, lost of different ways around the trails. I couldn't do the full course but I did greatly enjoy it
Gorgeous. Not a lot of beach to walk on but had a nice time. Steep uphill on way back but doable.
It short, but beautiful and great if you want to have a picnic or just lounge on the beach for most of your day. The walk down to the beach is easy, but the hike up is a little harder. Try not to bring a lot of stuff. I'm definitely going back!
great hike but the beach is underwhelming.
More of a lazy walk than hike. Short walk pretty scenery well maintained path. Great view of Mt. Rainier. Great place for a quiet Sunday walk on a calm beach. No workout on this path.
had an amazing time. would classify it as a moderate trail depending how fit you are.