Explore the most popular dog friendly trails near Seattle with hand-curated trail maps and driving directions as well as detailed reviews and photos from hikers, campers and nature lovers like you.

8/12/2018 (Sunday) -- Flat easy loop with awesome lake view around wetland and "Kite Hill" for 1 to 1.5 hours in a dry, warm, cloudy day. Very pleasant.

This isn't really a hike. More like a nature walk. And it is absolutely beautiful. A lovely spot away from it all, right in the middle of the city.

xoxo loved it

walking
25 days ago

Ok walk along Pikes place market. I’ve walked here several times for shopping and to take my out-of-state friends sight seeing. I give this four stars because this would be a very nice walk for a tourist but it is nothing special for someone who is local.

walking
1 month ago

Fresh produce and people watching.

Stenuous hike filled with switchbacks. Lots of E gain and losses. Will definitely need an ice axe and crampons in the spring and winter. Great inlets with fresh fish.

I sometimes go before work. I grab a coffee, maybe snatch up one of the first Proskey Proskey as they open and watch the market stir to life.

walking
2 months ago

Love the array of things you see and smell on this walk. It was very busy on a Sunday mid morning but it was nice!

We parked off of Hinds street and then ambulated thru the preserve to then take the Alki boardwalk to create a 4 + mile hike for the day. Amazing that this green area is smack in the middle of west seattle.

Nice place to stroll and grab lunch. People watching.

walking
2 months ago

Pikes Place is a lot of fun to check out. Lots of little shops and tons of very fresh Seafood. The very first Starbucks is located on this route and a ton of yummy pastry and ice cream shops. This place is alive with sights and smells, arts and crafts and really neat to explore

hiking
2 months ago

It's a short walk with an amazing splash of colors. Perfect for a family walk or a quick photo backdrop for couples.

walking
3 months ago

5/12/2018 (Saturday) - Azalea bloom not as impressive as last year. Walk from new parking lot by the new bike path at the south end of Azalea Way. Walk to Foster Island lakeside, but return from the muddy section.

walking
3 months ago

Very cool area. Great assortment of food available. Went on a weekend, very crowded, but fun.

walking
3 months ago

Fun place to visit, lots of sea food and stuff to see. Fun for everyone! Cant wait to visit again!

walking
6 months ago

One of the most famous marketplaces in the country. Lots of interesting stands with a lot to offer. Food, art, t shirts and souvenirs, jewelry.

I've made only one trip to Seattle and Pike Place Market was a must see for me. The amount of fresh seafood and beautiful produce was staggering....if I lived in Seattle I'd be here several times a week!!

walking
9 months ago

Crowded.

walking
Tuesday, July 11, 2017

great place to see the best of Seattle

walking
Wednesday, May 24, 2017

nice area to go during sunset. So many ppl there

walking
Tuesday, May 09, 2017

5/9/2017 (Tuesday) - Bus 48, 24th/Calhoun stop, 1 mile in the park. Azalea blooms. Sunny and warm afternoon. Few visitors there.

Great place for a quiet hike, not crowed, and very easy.

walking
Saturday, April 15, 2017

It was enjoyable, very crowded today.

Thursday, August 25, 2016

no trees no wilderness just concrete and no trail .

Monday, May 09, 2016

lol for one: this isn't a trail nor a hike. and two teeing to traverse Pike place market on any day other than a Tuesday morning is anything, but easy. for only advanced and daring tourists only.

I love this park so much, I take my dog here multiple times a week as we live right by it. I haven't explored off the beaten path too much, but I could imagine kids would have an amazing time exploring. There are a lot of ups and downs and streams everywhere, beautiful old growth and very nicely maintained. It's a short walk, but perfect little escape from urban life:)

walking
Monday, April 11, 2016

Visited here a few times; Pike Place Market (claims to be the oldest farmer’s market in the country and the most interesting destination in Seattle) is at the Waterfront (1st Ave. and Pike St.); the stalls are deserted by 6PM so don't arrive late; it is 8 stories above the harbor on a bluff, with two ways to climb - via elevator hidden at base of the market or take the Harbor Stairs (good set of stairs with shops and gardens). Don’t miss Rachel the Pig (sit and take a picture!) - she marks the main entrance to the Main and North Arcades, which are full of fresh produce and shops. The South Arcade is the newest wing. Watch the "flying fish" at Pike Place Fish and watch out for the Monkfish. Down the street from Pike Place Fish is "the original" Starbucks - years ago this narrow space at 1912 Pike Place was the only Starbucks in the world. Be sure to notice how different the mermaid here looks compared to the official logo. Eat lunch at Etta's Seafood (prior to 3PM), park at the Pike Place Parking Garage at 1531 Western Ave. Enjoy the crowds, always something going on!

Monday, April 11, 2016

Great place, but I don't think this should be listed in AllTrails.

walking
Thursday, March 17, 2016

When in Seattle, you have to visit Pike's Place. A cruise ship was docked nearby and made the crowds there ridiculous. Be sure to stop by the places that throw the fish! Finding a parking place will probably be almost impossible.

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