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Tree Walks in Seattle

Interested in learning more about the trees in your neighborhood? Check the links below to see if there's a Tree Walk in your neighborhood. If not, consider becoming a Tree Ambassador and creating a new Tree Walk!

All of the Tree Walks are now featured on the TreeWalk app. Learn more and download the free app here.

 

 

Ballard

Beacon Hill (Lockmore Neighborhood)

Capitol Hill (Harvard / Belmont)

Columbia City

Crown Hill

North Delridge (Cottage Grove)

Eastlake

Freeway Park [en Español - no map]

Fremont (Ross Park)

Green Lake [PDF] [Interactive Map]

Greenwood

Lake City Conifer Walk

Northeast Seattle (Meadowbrook/Lake City)

Pioneer Square

Queen Anne [East loop] [West loop]

Rainier Beach

Seattle Center

Seattle Heritage Trees (or download the free Seattle Heritage Tree app for your iPhone)

Seward Park (Check out this blog post for some beautiful tree photos from the walk)

South Park [En Espanol / Spanish] [tiếng Việt / Vietnamese]

University of Washington campus

Volunteer Park (Master map; NE loop; SE loop; SW loop; NW loop)

Washington Park Arboretum

Woodland Park Zoo

 

Upcoming Tree Walk Events

Join us for a guided tree walk to discover some incredible trees around Seattle. All walks are free and open to the public. Check back often to learn about all upcoming Tree Walks. Email TreeAmbassador@Seattle.gov or call (206) 615-1668 with any questions.

University of Washington Tree Walk
Saturday, August 29th
10:00am - 12:00pm
Meet at the intersection of Rainier Vista & the Burke Gilman Trail (map)
RSVP Here

An urban forest provides multiple benefits to cities and their inhabitants.  The University of Washington campus is an excellent example that illustrates the many purposes served by a healthy urban forest. Explore the campus and discover a bit about the form and function of one of Seattle’s premier urban forest settings. This is a very special Tree Walk led by Dr. Gordon Bradley, Professor Emeritus of urban forestry and land use planning at the University of Washington's School of Environmental and Forest Sciences.

Leschi Tree Walk
Saturday, September 12th
9:00 am – 11:00 am
Leschi Elementary School [map]
RSVP here

Join Tree Ambassador Adam outside Leschi Elementary for a tour of Leschi’s diverse urban forest and learn how each of these trees contribute to our quality of life.  

Sign up for the Tree Ambassador email list to receive email notices about upcoming guided Tree Walks.

 

New Walks Coming Soon

  • Bitter Lake
  • Georgetown
  • Ravenna
  • Leschi

Please note, this page is a collector for all Tree Walks in Seattle. Some of these Tree Walks were created by Seattle reLeaf and the Tree Ambassadors and some were created by outside agencies.

Looking for more walks? Check out what Feet First has to offer.

 

 

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