Ko Olina looking toward Nanakuli Head, Oahu, HI, December 5, 2016

Ko Olina looking toward Nanakuli Head, Oahu, HI, December 5, 2016
Ko Olina looking toward Nanakuli Head, Oahu, HI, December 5, 2016

Tuesday, July 1, 2014

Walking Tally for June - Tues., July 1

How many miles did I walk in June? I've included my trip to Oregon when I visited my family and our two Susans to go trip. Here's the recap:

June 1 - Silver Falls State Park, Oregon: 3 miles

Silver Falls State Park, Oregon
June 15 - Encanto Park, Phoenix, Arizona:  3.1 miles

Encanto Park, Phoenix, AZ
June 16 - Capital walk, Carson City, Nevada: 3.1 miles

State Capitol, Carson City, Nevada
June 17 - Capital walk, Sacramento, California: 3.7 miles

State Capitol, Sacramento, California
June 18 - Sherwood forest walk, Sherwood, OR: 3.7 miles

Sherwood, Oregon Volksmarch
June 18 - Trail of Ten Falls, Silver Falls S.P., OR: 7.4 miles

Silver Falls State Park, Oregon
June 19 - Mosier Twin Tunnels Trail, Hood River, OR: 8 miles

Susan in one of Mosier Tunnels, Hood River, Oregon
June 19 - Cascade Locks Town Walk, Oregon: 3.1 miles

Bridge of the Gods, Cascade Locks, Oregon
June 20 - Wahclella Falls, Columbia Gorge, OR: 6.2 miles

Wahclella Falls, Oregon
June 20 - Dry Creek Falls, Columbia Gorge, OR: 6.2 miles

Dry Creek Falls, Oregon
June 21 - Eagle Creek to Crossover Falls, Columbia Gorge, OR: 15.5 miles

Cliff hiking, Tunnel Falls, Oregon
June 23 - Capital walk, Boise, Idaho: 7.4 miles

Greenbelt along the Boise River, Idaho
June 24 - Capital walk, Salt Lake City, Utah: 3.1 miles

Capitol, Salt Lake City, Utah
June 25 - Capital walk, Santa Fe, New Mexico: 3.1 miles

State seal inside Santa Fe, NM capital
Grand total miles: 76.6 miles

My favorite walks (top-ranked first):
  1. Eagle Creek to Crossover Falls - the most dramatic and the longest, but spectacular. Loved the sound of Eagle Creek all along the hike, plus Metlako Falls, Tunnel Falls and Crossover Falls.
  2. Trail of Ten Falls - 11 waterfalls in one hike, amazing. The trail is harder than the Eagle Creek Trail (more ups and downs), but shorter in length.
  3. Capital walk, Boise, Idaho - pleasant, beautiful homes. 
  4. Dry Creek Falls - Enjoyed walking on the Pacific Crest Trail and through the beautiful forest. The falls were okay.
  5. Sherwood forest walk - Easy trail along a suburban wetland. Sweet Story Bakery at the halfway point.
  6. Encanto Park - Lovely park and a beautiful neighborhood made for a quiet, early morning walk.





4 comments:

  1. I love your summary here. I've never walked your numer 1 hike but am inspired to do that someday. Are there many ups and downs?

    Your phots are wonderful!

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  2. You are living the life I wish I could. Lucky you. Thanks for the wonderful pictures.

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    1. You're welcome. Thank you for reading my blog.

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  3. I love this summary too. 12 and 15 miles on some days. WOW! Good for you!

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