Camano Island, Washington

Camano Island Wilderness Walkabout

with Jim S.

Jim S.

Discover the hidden hiking trails of Camano Island's beautiful wilderness areas and nature preserves that only the locals know. Camano Island is 70 miles north of Seattle and no ferry ride is necessary to get here. It's a world away from the big city and it epitomizes what the Northwest is all about.

The network of trails range from easy, flat rambles to challenging ascents. The tour can be customized to your level of fitness and you will be immersed in dense forests as well as pristine beaches. Whichever route we take, you will be rewarded with breathtaking vistas.

Start at mid-morning and hike five miles at your pace. Along the way we will stop for a well-earned bite and sip at a local café overlooking the waters of Saratoga Passage. Depending on the season and the weather, deer, eagles and other wildlife may be sharing the trails with us.

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$45
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for 3 hours


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Jim S.

I have lived many places and been halfway around the world but for the past nine years Camano Island has been my home. I have loved hiking here since coming to the Island and have been a member of the Friends of Camano Island Parks for the past three years. Full profile Leave a Review


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