A little over 40 miles northeast of Bellevue, located on the west side of the Cascade Mountains, lays the trails of Wallace Falls. The trail guide you along three sections of waterfalls: lower, middle, and upper.
Making the journey all the way to the end of the Falls trail puts you in at 2.8 miles, but if you still have energy after that stair-master of a hike, you can travel almost another mile and half to the breathtaking Wallace Lake.
Once you’re off the Falls Trail, you’ll need to look closely for blue markers in the trees to let you know you’re going the right way. Soon as the view of the Lake comes into view, you’ll be so happy you powered through to get to there!
Situated on the northern part of Lake Union and between I-5 and the 99, lays an old industrial ground turned into a Park. Gas Works produces a gorgeous view of Seattle and has a hill perfect of kite flying. What makes the park stand out from all the rest of Washington parks is the old structures, even weddings take place amongst the relics from the first half of the twentieth century.