Walk, Roll and Discover Scavenger Hunts Three Weekends in August
Icon of three people on a bridge for the Walk, Roll, Discover Scavenger Hunt
Looking for fun opportunities to ride and explore Seattle-area trails this month? Join the Walk, Roll, Discover Scavenger Hunts starting this weekend in Kent on the historic Green River Trail.

Participants can win prizes during the Walk, Roll, Discover Scavenger Hunts that Cascade has organized in partnership with King County Parks during the first three weekends in August. 

Designed to be fun for kids and the entire family, the free scavenger hunt rides will begin in Kent, Renton and Tukwila over the next three weekends, beginning Aug. 8 and 9. Participants solve clues that lead to hidden treasures, and every participant is eligible for a prize.

People who complete the entire scavenger hunt over the three weekends can enter to win a grand prize or one of a handful of runner-up prizes--all of which will make getting outside more exciting and fun. 

Cascade staff members will be on site at the start of all the rides with their masks on, handing out prizes and providing information for people to complete their scavenger hunt and learn about their local trails. 

“This is a great chance for people of all ages to get out into the fresh air and explore some of our most iconic trails,” says Maimoona Rahim, Cascade’s Advocacy and Volunteer Coordinator. “We encourage anyone who wants to walk, bike or roll to join in the fun.”

Kent, Saturday and Sunday, Aug. 8-9

Explore the lush Green River Valley via the 19-mile Green River Trail, which travels from Kent through forestlands and fields and continues through Tukwila along the Duwamish Waterway and concludes in South Seattle. Cascade will have a table set up at the Old Fishing Hole in Kent. https://cascade.org/trailkent

Renton, Saturday and Sunday, Aug. 15-16

Explore the Cedar River Regional Trail, which spans more than 17 miles from Renton on the shore of Lake Washington to Landsburg, a small community at the boundary of Seattle’s Cedar River Watershed. Cascade will have a table in Ron Regis Park where participants can pick up their prize and get more information. https://cascade.org/trailrenton

Tukwila, Saturday and Sunday, Aug. 22-23

Pedal segments of the Green River Trail and the Lake to Sound Trail, which skirts past the Black River Riparian Forest. When completed, the trail will travel all the way to the coast in Des Moines. Cascade will have a table in Fort Dent Park in Tukwila. https://cascade.org/trailtukwila

Participants must follow COVID-19 safety guidelines: wear a mask,  maintain physical distance, and do the scavenger hunt only with people in your household. If you feel sick or have recently been exposed to someone who tested positive for the virus, please stay home.

Click here to learn more, and see you on the trail!

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