Outdoor Adventures: Walking, Jogging and Biking Everett
During the sunny season, Everett’s parks and trails are some of the best places for outdoor fitness junkies to get out and move. Whether you like walking, jogging, stroller-ing or biking in the great outdoors, Everett has the right trail for the ultimate mid-day getaway.
Port of Everett Waterfront Trails
Visiting Everett’s waterfront is a must, and getting a nice workout while taking in the water sights is a great way to spend your time. Thankfully for you, the Everett waterfront has several trails to choose from.
Port of Everett's Millwright Loop Trail
- Great for: Walking, biking, kids, dogs
- Length: 4 miles
Four miles of paved sidewalks are waiting for you, your bike or your furry friend. This walkway off West Marine View Drive is ideal for anyone who just wants to get out and run in a clean environment with a seaside view.
Union Slough Trail
- Great for: Walking, hiking, kids
Explore Everett’s marshlands while observing native wildlife in the 24 acres of land preserved by the Port of Everett. If you enjoy nature, you’ll want to take your time exploring the walkway surrounding Union Slough.
Lowell Riverfront Trail
Great for: Walking, biking, kids, dogs
Length: 1.6 miles
Walk down to the Lowell Riverfront Trail to enjoy nature and a 1.6 mile long paved walkway suitable for bikes and walkers. Right on the bank of the Snohomish River, enjoy views of the water and various nesting birds, including owls and Orioles. If you are particularly lucky, a sunny sea lion or river otter may pop up to say hello.
Langus Riverfront Park and Nature Trail
- Great for: Walking, biking, kids,dogs
- Length: 3 miles
If you’d rather enjoy the waterscape without all the wilderness, travel over to Langus Riverfront Park where you can enjoy a three mile paved walkway suite for walking and biking. While you jog by the water, see the different nautical features such as the boat docking station and fishing pier. Continue your journey to the end of the trail which leads to Spencer Island, an intertidal 413-acre nature reserve with plenty of wildlife to peruse.
- Great for: Hiking, walking, kids, dogs
- Length: various paths of 4 miles
Japanese Gulch is technically located in Mukilteo, but that border line is close enough, so we’ll claim this trail for now. This trail is great for hiking or walking, and has a small incline for a steady workout. This trail boasts of beautiful views and naturescapes, including waterfalls, streams and classic PNW greenery.