What are some good hikes close to the city?

John Roderick talks about the best hikes nearby Seattle, and the natural hiking environments throughout the city.

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Volunteer Park Designated landmark includes a conservatory, a children's play area, and the Seattle Asian Art Museum.
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Seward Park Wooded refuge boasting a 300-acre forest with hiking trails, walking paths, beaches, and a playground.
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Ravenna Park Wooded park with features such as tennis courts, hiking trails, athletic fields, and a playground.
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Washington Park Arboretum On the shores of Lake Washington, this 230-acre preserve features rare trees and a Japanese garden.
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Capitol Hill Visit Page
Seward Park
University District Visit Page

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