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Take a Hike: Free Snohomish County Hiking Guide Available

The new guide by the Snohomish County Visitor's Bureau and highly regarded outdoors author Craig Romano includes 30 great hikes.

Interested in a nearby weekend walk? The Snohomish County Tourism Bureau has just released its expanded, third edition of the Snohomish County Hiking Guide by well-known local outdoors author Craig Romano.

Hot off the presses in the last week or so, the guide is available online (attached here as an 7.8MG PDF file) and by mail, the 52-page guide features 30 great hikes in the county, including a few local favorites.

Those would be Lunds Gulch down to Puget Sound at nearby Meadowdale County Park, Scriber’s Lake in Lynnwood and Big Gulch in Mukilteo.

The guide, handy at 8.5x5.5 inches, also features several Snohomish County classics like the Big Four Ice Caves, Mount Pilchuck Lookout and Lake Twenty-Two along the Mountain Loop Highway; the historic Lime Kiln Trail outside Granite Falls; and Wallace Falls near Gold Bar.

Find out more on the bureau’s website here or to have it mailed to you, call 1-888-338-0976.

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