|City / State:||Vancouver, WA|
|Event Name:||Vancouver Murals & Decorative Storm Drains|
|Distance – Trail Ratings:||5/10km – 1B|
|Description:||The Clark County Mural Society commissions 3-5 new murals each year. These walks go by most of them and a few unofficial murals. The Vancouver Farmers Market adjoins the start point. This is a repeat of a walk held in 2016 with several new murals and a few that are no longer there. We will also walk by about 10 decorative storm drains.|
|Amenities:||Strollers: medium | Wheelchairs: medium | Pets: Yes | Restrooms: Yes|
|Special Programs:||Ice Cream Parlors, Take a Walk In a City Park, Walk Like An Olympian, Walk the USA – Street by Street, Walking America’s Ports of Call, Walking the USA A – Z|
|Start Times:||9 am – 1pm|
|Location:||Columbian Parking Lot|
|Start Point / Driving Directions:||8th/Grant
I-5 NORTHBOUND: Use the Vancouver City Center exit (it turns Left). Right on Columbia, Left on 8th, Left on Grant to the parking lot on your Left.
|Awards & Fees:||IVV Credit Only|
|Host Club:||All Weather Walkers|
|Contact:||Joe Titone (360) 944-8190|
|City / State:||DuPont, WA|
|Event Name:||National Trails Day walk|
|Distance – Trail Ratings:||5k, 10k – 1B|
|Description:||The walk will be on paved and compact gravel trails in Northwest Landing and the village of DuPont. Please no animals in the checkpoint (Historical Museum)|
|Amenities:||Strollers: medium | Wheelchairs: NO | Pets: Yes | Restrooms: Yes|
|Special Programs:||Bridges – Spanning the USA, Points of Reference, Take a Walk In a City Park, Walking America’s Ports of Call, Walking the USA A – Z|
|Start Times:||9:00 am to NOON, finish by 3:00 pm|
|Location:||DuPont City Hall|
|Start Point / Driving Directions:||1700 Civic Drive
I-5 Exit #118 NORTHBOUND (Center Drive) Continue on Center Drive to Civic Drive. LEFT on Civic Drive to City Hall on your right
SOUTHBOUND (Center Drive) RIGHT at the top of the exit ramp and continue as above.
|Awards & Fees:||IVV Credit Only|
|Comments:||Each year the City of DuPont chooses to highlight specific trails within their vast trail system.|
|Host Club:||Over-The-Hill-Gang Volkssport Club|
|Contact:||Diane Wagner (253) 875-3064|
|Website:||No Website Listed|
CHETZEMOKA INTERPRETIVE TRAIL WALK AND BIKE JUNE 29 (SATURDAY)
TRAIL: 5K/10K (2B) Walk on backroads, sidewalks, and well-groomed trails on the Chetzemoka Interpretive Trail, which connects many points of Tribal, geographic and historic interest in Port Townsend. Not suitable for strollers and wheelchairs.
Location: Memorial Field 550 Washington St. Port Townsend, WA
Start: 8:30am – 11:00am Finish by 3:00pm
AWARD: “B” hatpins available – $2.00. IVV Credit only is $3.00. Free participants are welcome. All participants must register, carry, and return a start card.
PRE-REGISTRATION: NONE. MISCELLANEOUS: Water and restrooms at start/finish. Restrooms along the route. Pets permitted but NOT in buildings or Memorial Field. Owners responsible for leash and clean up laws.
Coupeville Ferry start available (8:45 am and 10:15 am ferries). The Native Connections Action Group will be holding a ribbon cutting ceremony for the Chetzemoka Interpretive Trail at 1:00 pm at Memorial Field.
CHALLENGES: ESVA: JEFFERSON County AVA: A-Z/CP/LFL/PC/PR/STS/TH/50 States.
George Christensen 360-471-4233
DIRECTIONS: I-5 NORTHBOUND: Exit #104. US101 to SR20. RIGHT on SR20 to Monroe St. Parking available at Monroe St and Washington St. Some parking on streets.
I-5 SOUTHBOUND: Exit #132 (SR16) toward Bremerton. Keep LEFT to SR16W for 20 miles to SR3N for 6 miles. LEFT on SR104. RIGHT on SR19. SR19 becomes SR20. Continue as above.
From points north and east of Puget Sound, you may wish to take a ferry. From Edmonds or Seattle navigate to SR104. Continue as above.
Coupeville Ferry: RIGHT on Water St to Monroe St.
CHETZEMOKA INTERPRETIVE TRAIL BIKE SANCTION #: 113815
DISTANCE: 20 km (12.4 miles)
TRAIL: (2B) Bike on backroads and trails on the Chetzemoka Interpretive Trail, which connects many points of Tribal, geographic and historic interest in Port Townsend. Route includes North Beach and Fort Worden.