Next city walk with Nature Me - September 19

WALK THIS WAY in Myrtle Edwards Park and Olympic Sculpture Park

Come walk with us. We are leading free, fun and interesting walks around the greater Seattle area. See details below for our upcoming September 19 walk.


This gorgeous walk starts and ends in the Belltown neighborhood. We'll stroll through Olympic Sculpture park with its massive outdoor sculptures and then on to the adjacent Myrtle Edwards park with its paved path along Elliot Bay. You'll see panoramic views of the harbor, Olympic mountains and downtown Seattle . The walk is approximately 3.5 miles, so depending on our pace it will take about 2 hours. The terrain is a mix of asphalt, dirt trails, and a little up and down, so wear comfy shoes. (Tennis shoes work great.) Our intent for this walk is really more about discovery and connection with nature in an urban setting than fitness. The exercise is just a bonus! And, just so you know, it's not a formal tour, we explore right along with you. 

Date and Time: Saturday, September 19 at 10 am

Where: Myrtle Edwards Park and Olympic Sculpture Park in Downtown Seattle. (Meet-up location and parking details to come with confirmation email)

Optional: If you like, after the walk we will gather at a nearby coffee house for refreshment and a little conversation. 

Here's what we experience when we walk:

  • fresh, fun and uplifting 
  • full of discovery and newness
  • an easy way to connect with others
  • a nice blend of urban and nature 
  • a great way to get moving
  • a fun way to explore city neighborhoods

Sign-up: Send your name and contact information to (Sorry, I don't have an email link here...working on that!)

Space is limited, so once you sign-up, we will send you a confirmation email with final details of where to meet and parking options.

Read seven ways to help you get more out of your wallk!

Walk on and happy summer!


Becci and Tiffany


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