Friday, October 28, 2005

New Snohomish County Hiking Brochure
Just released: multi-color user-friendly hiking guide to "Seattle's backyard"
Any hiker who spends time on the trails of western Washington will want to pick up a copy of the brand new, Hiking Snohomish County brochure. This free 32-page guide highlights 20 classic hikes-from suburban walks to wilderness backpacks in Washington's Snohomish County. Written by guide book writer, Craig Romano and complemented with breathtaking images from professional outdoor photographers, Alan A. Bauer and Dave Schiefelbein, this brochure is meant to be a keeper. It was designed for both tourists and residents of the sprawling county just north of Seattle.
Pick up you copy at the following Snohomish County Visitor Information Centers:
Lynnwood: 19921 Poplar Way (I-5 exit 181)
Stanwood: 22625 Hwy 99 N (I-5 exit 212)
Future of Flight Museum: 8415 Paine Field Blvd (I-5 exit 189)

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