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Whidbey Island Hiking Trails

If you love to hike through nature and are looking for a new hiking trail, check out the Whidbey Island hiking trails for a spectacular hike. The serious hiker will find a large selection of hiking trails on this beautiful island to enjoy. Many of the trails on the island are well known areas to hikers, but there are many more that will bring a completely new experience.

The trails that are found in the Saratoga Woods Preserve on the island offer some of the most amazing views of wildlife for hikers on the trails. The trails are maintained by the Department of Natural Resources and volunteers from several groups pitch in and keep this natural wonder looking great.

These trails do not provide the hiker with a climb, but the paths through the woods are special all on their own. The wildlife that is seen in these trails is enough to keep the avid hiker interested and pressing forward.

These trails can be explored in a leisurely manner and every area of the hiking trails can be investigated by hikers in the area. The trails in this area will all eventually lead to a main road so there is no danger of becoming lost in the trails.

There are many other attractions on Whidbey Island that you can take advantage of if the weather is not good for hiking. Take in the South Whidbey Historical Museum for a day and check out the art galleries and restaurants on the island as well. There is shopping for those who are not up for a hike through the woods and even a vineyard and winery for your pleasure.

Whidbey Island is a stunning place to get away from it all and enjoy a relaxing time in a natural and beautiful part of the world. You will find plenty to do for all the outdoor enthusiasts in your group and some leisurely activities for those days when you just want to relax.

The Whidbey Island hiking trails offer plenty for those who are looking for a natural and relaxing vacation. There is camping available if you want to get back to nature in the woods and plenty of accommodations in the area where you can stay for a more comfortable stay. Don't forget to check out the farm areas on Whidbey Island. The Whidbey Island Greenbank Farm is a great place to take your group for a tour of the area in what was once a loganberry farm. Today the farm is a community park and you can still find a tasting room that will allow you to sample real loganberry wine.

For those hikers that have been looking for a new area to hike the trails, the Whidbey Island hiking trails have a great deal to offer. The walks through the woods in the beauty of this area will take your breath away as you catch a glimpse or two of the wildlife that is natural to the area. Hiking new trails is always an adventure and if you are looking for an adventure vacation, this is the place for you.

The friendly Coachman Inn front desk staff will gladly tell you more about Whidbey Island hiking trails during your stay with them.

Before you check out Whidbey Island hiking trails, check into the nearby Coachman Inn, where we have been voted Best of Whidbey Island for two years running and awarded the AAA Three Diamond rating, their highest rating for vacation lodging. To check availability, call the Coachman now at 800-635-0043 or click here.

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