Mountaineers Books Seattle Stairway Walks: An Up-and-Down Guide to City Neighborhoods


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Here's an easy way to get your steps in. With over 600 stairways connecting the Emerald City, Seattle Stairway Walks shows you 25 of the best walks over its hills, canyons and bluffs nestling the sea.


  • Includes a tour of 25 walks, with driving and public directions to the starting points, color photos, detailed maps, family-friendly tips, stop-offs, and historical sidebars


From the publisher: Often called a "city of neighborhoods," Seattle is shaped by soaring mounds like Queen Anne and Capitol Hill and by indentations such as Ravenna Ravine and Deadhorse Canyon. Weaving together the hills, bluffs and canyons are stairs—lots and lots of stairs. In fact, there are over 600 publicly accessible Seattle stairways within the city limits! And to explore Seattle by these stairs opens up stunning views and a whole new, intimate side of the Emerald City.

Seattle Stairway Walks: An Up-and-Down Guide to City Neighborhoods is the city's first guidebook to 25 of the best neighborhood walks that feature public Seattle stairways. Each route description includes driving and public transit directions to the starting point, full-color photos, a detailed map, QR codes for saving abbreviated directions on your smartphone, tips on sections that are family-friendly, suggestions for cafes and pubs for that perfect espresso and sandwich en route, fascinating sidebars on Seattle's neighborhood history and community anecdotes and much, much more.
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7 x 4 inches


Jake Jaramillo & Cathy Jaramillo

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