Fort Stevens First Day Hike - Jan. 1, 2019

This leisurely 4-mile hike will make its way along the park's extensive paved trails. Fort Stevens is famous for its transitional forests. You’ll experience shore pine, intertidal wetland, and mature Sitka spruce environments. We may spot Roosevelt elk, bald eagles, winter migratory birds, the occasional coyote, and more. The trek will take you past Swash Lake, an intertidal marsh famous for its winter waterfowl spotting.

Meet at: Parking Lot A

Trail Name: Kestrel Trail, Battery Russell Trail, Isaac Stevens Trail, and Trestle Bay Trail

Trail Terrain: Easy

Length of Hike: 4 miles

Minimum Age for Children: 7 years old

Things to Note: Dogs permitted on 6-foot leash. Strollers welcome. Water, snacks, and weather appropriate clothing recommended.

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