• Lori Lindsay

Seattle is perfect for the outdoorsy type given its proximity to so many activities like hiking, fishing, skiing, climbing, cycling, etc. It also happens to be home to Recreation Equipment Inc., better known as “REI.” If you’re moving to Seattle and don’t currently own any GoreTex clothing, it might be a good idea to look into it.

• Take a hike! Washington State is home to 186 state parks and 3 national parks. The most impressive and well-known is Mount Rainier National Park which is just shy of 2 hours from Seattle by car. The North Cascades and Olympic National Parks are a bit over 2 hours from Seattle. The North Cascades National Park Complex features everything from a wet rain forest to the dry Ponderosa Pines, with 1,600 different species of plants in-between. The Olympic National Park stretches out over 70 miles of coastline that feature glacier-capped mountains and old-growth rainforests.

• Ride a Ferry or fly in one of Kenmore Air’s seaplanes to the San Juan Islands

• In the spring, check out the Skagit Valley Tulip Festival

• Watch water drop 270 feet over Snoqualmie Falls

• Enjoy a day or weekend of wine tasting in Woodinville, home to Chateau Ste. Michelle. Just 20 minutes from Bellevue and 30 minutes from N. Seattle, Woodinville Wine Country has 118 tasting rooms, 14 microbreweries and 30 restaurants and eateries to keep you busy.

• Spend a weekend with our Canadian neighbors in Victoria or Vancouver, BC

• Drive a few hours south and check out Portland, Oregon

• Take a chartered fishing trip from Westport, WA

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LA is entrepreneurial, eclectic, diverse and innovative. One in every six of its residents works in a creative industry. There are more artists, writers, filmmakers, actors, dancers and musicians living and working in Los Angeles than any other city at any time in history. ​3.9 million people live within the city limits and 18.7 million people reside in the L.A. Metro Area. LA’s economy as a city is larger than 46 of the 50 states in the U.S.

LA is the home of Silicon Beach, the technology capital of Southern California. Spanning the Pacific Ocean to the Hollywood Hills, from Santa Monica to LAX, Silicon Beach is home to an innovative collection of tech companies.

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Whether you live in the area or visit, San Diego offers a ton of fun outdoor activities for the whole family. If your kids enjoy hiking, you’ll find loop trails with giant, eagle-shaped rocks as well as trails with canyons and ocean views. Some of the easier hikes in San Diego are even on stroller-friendly trails.

Here is our list of the ten best Kid friendly easy Hikes in San Diego.

1- Crest Canyon

Address: 2250 Del Mar Heights Rd. San Diego, CA 92130

2 - Torrey Pines State Natural Reserve

Address:12600 North Torrey Pines Rd. La Jolla, CA 92037

3 - La Jolla Cove Walk

Address: La Jolla Cove, San Diego, CA 92037

4 - Mission Beach Boardwalk

Address: W Mission Bay Dr, San Diego, CA 92109

5 - Doane Valley Nature Trail

Address: Palomar Mountain, CA 92060

6 - Oak Canyon, Mission Trails

Address: Bushy Hill Dr, Santee, CA 92071

7- Lake Miramar Trail

Address: 10710 Scripps Lake Dr. San Diego, CA 92131

8 - Balboa Park Hiking Trails

Address: 3268 Florida Dr, San Diego, CA 92104

9 - The Bayside Trail. Cabrillo National Monument

Address:1800 Cabrillo Memorial Dr, San Diego, CA 92106

10 - San Elijo Lagoon

Address: 2710 Manchester Avenue, Cardiff-by-the-Sea, CA 92007

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