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bugs
rocky
1 day ago

Awesome bike ride beautiful weather

hiking
over grown
12 days ago

Great interpretive trail with beautiful views!

No bikes in seaport village

hiking
2 months ago

This is a very nice, very urban trail. It needs a little love from city Parks and rec, but if it got it it would be a jewel.

hiking
3 months ago

I thought the views up top around the visitor center were much better than the views on this trail down to the water. There were some interesting WW2 sites along the way, and you do get a good view of the place where the first European landed in the modern US. Also, watch out for bees.

hiking
no shade
3 months ago

Really nice and walkable, I love seeing the boats and being near the water. It’s not super crowded for the most part. It’s not incredibly quiet however due to the vicinity to Harbor Drive & the Airport.

we really enjoyed this trail. it has beautiful views. Steady incline on the way back up

walking
3 months ago

beautiful views on a wide and easy trail

just weirdness i tell you. if you enter the park from Taylor Street it is filled with only the locals that seem to have they're clicks and all they do up there is drink and drug. the trails are pretty simple but have to watch your footing around the edges. be careful. and lots of homeless hang out there as well but they seem pretty harmless.

hiking
bugs
over grown
rocky
scramble
3 months ago

hiking
4 months ago

Easy down and up

Great place to go for a run or walk. A lot of bikes and skateboards so be on the lookout for those. Nice ocean view the whole way.

hiking
fee
4 months ago

hiking
5 months ago

If you try and follow the exact path on the app it’s basically impossible. The walk takes you through homeless camps and drug dens. It could be a pretty walk if trash wasn’t so abundant. Shady characters around this area so I would recommend walking with a partner or group and maybe bring some pepper spray. Checked this off the list, but no need to do it again.

hiking
rocky
5 months ago

Fairly easy trail. Make sure to use the app, or download the trail map, as the trail isn’t marked well. Found it difficult to even keep track of where the trail actually goes, due to all the branching paths. Watch out if you decide to go early. Lots of homeless, and druggies, as I could smell someone smoking meth on some parts of the trail.

It was pretty rocky and it was really hot. It was also a little slippery. I have the scrap on my legs to prove it. But in fairness, I was running down the trail a little out of control. In summary, it was fantastic. Sincerely, E.R.R

hiking
over grown
7 months ago

got up early to hike and the trail is a bit creepy in the dark. had to closely follow the app tracker in order to find the path a few times. parts of the trail were in decent condition while other parts were over grown and tough to follow. a short distance into the hike and there is a section that is closed all together so you have to forge your own path until you can meet up with the trail again. overall? would not do this hike again but I am glad I was able to get in a hike before heading back to AZ.

Easy hike since it is all flat. But it is next to the beach and the weather is usually great year round. Stick to right side of the path, the left side is for faster traffic and the middle lane is for bikes. You don't want to get bowled over by a bike or scooter.

awesome ride. if you want to avoid the streets. walk your bike through seaport village, it's a short walk them pick up the path. 9/5/10

Great views.

hiking
no shade
8 months ago

it's not really a hike. more like a walk without any wow moments. end of the trail leads you to nothing. no shade, bring some water with you.

hiking
over grown
9 months ago

It was my first hike embarking on my list of hikes due to the easiness. There are multiple openings where you may park to access the loop, either by the Park on on Jackson or under the Museum by Taylor St. The lots are rarely packed, the trail is very narrow as you can see in the photos, and there is an incline but many residents will pass you by hiking with their dogs. Around the museum area there’s a bit of trash around so don’t litter, plan on holding your trash in a bag until a parking lot trash bin. Around the Taylor St entrance there might be a one or two homeless people sleeping but they are usually minding themselves and out of the way, just be prepared with flashlight and charged electronics around the night time, down by the grass area there are a few small bridges. This trail is definitely quiet, I arrived around 08:00 on a Saturday in the August and I only passed one or two people on the whole trail. Restrooms are accessible by the parking lots and museums. A friendlier side to park if you have a family with many small ones is to park right in front of the musuem, no fee and not at all busy, but one of the best maintained. There are a few benches and tables for people to park and eat some lunch under beautiful tall trees around the Witches Tower. Overall I say a great short easy hike for beginners, very quiet, you could jog if you choose and are familiar with the routes, checkpoints and signage are very scarce.

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