The Secret Everett they don’t want you to know about.



So ever the years we have had locksmith travel all over the place in the Everett Areas. Our technicians have found these places. Check em!


Lime Kiln Trail

 


Now this trail is special because of it’s amazing and beautiful history. Right at the beginning of the trail you will notice a sign with all the history of the trail, but you might not be able to read it because  you will be distracted by the moss covered trees, amazing waterfalls, the murky lake, and the wild mushrooms (don’t eat).

 

The trail actually does start off pretty simple, but as you go on it gets a little tougher There are a couple sections that get quite narrow, so make sure you have good footwear.

 

  • Its in total about 6 miles.
  • Takes you around a secluded canyon on the south of the Fork Stillaguamish River.
  • Created by a bunch of volunteers! How cool!
  • The is a 20 foot tall stone structure that was once used to cook limestone.
  • Lots of artifacts to view, but you have to make sure that you don’t mess with them because they are protected by law.

 

  1.  Japanese Gulch East Side Loop





    Located near Mukilteo WA the trail is a little over 3 miles and good for all levels of hikers.

Japanese Gulch Loop Trail is a 3.3 mile lightly trafficked loop trail located near Mukilteo, WA that features beautiful wild flowers and is good for all skill levels. The trail offers a number of activity options and is accessible year-round. Dogs are also able to use this trail but must be kept on leash.

  • It’s a perfect place to get a little leg workout!
  • Lot’s of different routes so you will never take the same hike twice.
  • Great news. There is a watering hole at the bottom of the trail with a rope swing on it. Get on that baby and let her rip!

 

Mount Pilchuck Trail, WA

 

 


This is one of my personal favorites.

                                  Near granite falls this 5 mile hike is a beauty!

      •  Great news you can camp here
      •  In use from July until october
      •  Dogs must be on leash.
      •  Pretty difficult if you are not an experienced hiker.
      •  Park service has poorly maintained. Sounds like fun to me.

 







  1.  Greider Lakes Trailhead.



    6 mile hike near Granite Falls WA.

 

  • Beautiful lake at the end of the traill
  • Usable from june to november
  • Walk is mostly flat ground with some small streams in between. Bring good boots!
  • Fallen trees on the trail for extra danger
  • Make sure to hike the extra half a mile to see the reservoir.
  • Lots of switchbacks, stairs and log cutouts.
  • Slightly challenging.

 




  • 5. Big Four Ice Caves  



    Unfortunately over the years these amazing ice caves have melted a little. Although, rest assured, they are still as majestic as ever. Be careful because they say everyone falls on this trail.


    Heavily traffic 2.7 mile located near granite falls WA.

  • Great for all skill levels.
  • Accessible year round
  • Very photogenic baby
  • Trail is paved

    Plaque for the young girl that died in the caves.

    Don’t go in the caves. People have died.

 

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