The guide includes local resources, driving directions, topographical maps, a list of accomodations, and a chart that gives each hike's round-trip distance, a rating from easy to difficult, the best season to take the hike and the community closest to the start.
Featured hiking spots include beaches, scenic rivers, old-growth forests, alpine lakes, wildflower meadows, mountain tops, wildlife preserves, historic sites and waterfalls.
The brochure's author, Craig Romano, has written nine guidebooks on hiking in Washington state.
To request a free copy, go to www.snohomish.org/informationandrequests or call 425-348-5802, ext. 10.
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