A salt water trail that stretches over 140 miles, from the Canadian border on the north to southernmost Puget Sound near Olympia.
A "blue trail" that connects inland lakes, rivers, waterways, and the ship canal with the shores of Elliott Bay and Puget Sound.
A trail that stretches along the Southwest Washington coast, touching some of the most beautiful spots on the shoreline and providing spectacular views of sandy beaches, dune grasslands, coastal pine forests, and wildlife at play.
A 146-mile water trail from Bonneville Dam to the Pacific Ocean that people in non-motorized boats can safely travel for day or overnight explorations.
A cross-section of the Inland Northwest on the Clearwater, Snake and Columbia Rivers includes 367 miles of the region's cultural and natural wonders.