- start at Bridle Trails Red Apple
- past multiple parks & schools on calm neighborhood streets
- All the way along the greenway to Flycaster Brewing Company
- Drank cold beers, ate hot dogs, and raffled cool prizes from local businesses: St. James Espresso, Kirkland Parkplace Cinema, The Green Beanery, and PCC Kirkland, and Kirkland Bicycle.
- rode back to Red Apple for refreshments at The Green Beanery
Here’s a summary of our June 2013 Family Ride on the proposed N. & S. Rose Hill greenway:
- start at Lake Washington High School
- past multiple parks & schools
- all the way up to Lake Washington Technical College
- stopped to take a break and pet some horses
- rode back to LWHS to finish the ride and chat about the route
Where do we go on greenway rides and walks?
We rode all that way on quiet neighborhood streets – streets that, with just a few easy fixes, would make a great greenway!
Kirkland Greenways meets for educational meet-ups, walks, and rides at least monthly, and we attend local events that fit well with our core values and campaigns. We travel and present our ideas to neighborhood associations, PTSAs, and to the City of Kirkland.