2018/4/15 – Ebey’s Landing IV / 艾比碼頭之四

 

Fort Ebey State Park to the north
Fort Ebey State Park to the north

Photos from this trip can be found here.

Surprisingly quiet for a heavy foot traffic Saturday afternoon. By “heavy” I meant more than a handful of people compared with our previous visits. Weather got better as the day progressed, naturally more people wanted to get out and enjoy it.

We hiked the Ebey’s Prairie Trail halfway before turning right onto a loop trail leading through the forest. The trail eventually lead back to the parking lot, so we turned around after reaching the clearing at halfway point. Back on Ebey’s Prairie Trail, we continued on down to the junction atop the bluffs for the full view out to the Puget Sound water.

Perego's Lagoon
Perego’s Lagoon

Photos from this trip can be found here.

Taking a right onto the Bluff Trail due northwest, we hiked above Parego’s Lagoon until trail made two big switchbacks down to the beach. From there we hiked a few hundred feet north before stopping for a break at our usual turnaround point.

After a short break, we hiked the rocky Beach Trail southeastward to the parking lot and got back on the Bluff Trail. Hiking northwest on the trail, once again we reconnected with Ebey’s Prairie Trail and hiked back to the car from there.

Waves
Waves

Photos from this trip can be found here.

The least windy of all the trips we’ve made out here.

Access: Sunnyside Cemetery
Gear: none

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