trails Section

WABI Burien in pace with King County Regional Trails

WABI Burien in pace with King County Regional Trails

From our friends at WABI Burien: On February 13, Walk/Bike Burien (WABI) board members Maureen Hoffmann and Rob Gala attended the second meeting of the King County Regional Trails Steering Committee... [Read more]

PHOTOS: Ribbon cut in Burien for segment of new ‘Lake to Sound’ trail

PHOTOS: Ribbon cut in Burien for segment of new ‘Lake to Sound’ trail

From left to right: Deputy King County Executive Fred Jarrett, Burien City Councilmember Stephen Armstrong, Former King County Councilmember Julia Patterson, King County Councilmember David Upthegrove,... [Read more]

LETTER: ‘Someone is altering the Indian Trail in front of their house…’

LETTER: ‘Someone is altering the Indian Trail in front of their house…’

[EDITOR’S NOTE: The following is a Letter to the Editor, written by a Reader. It does not necessarily reflect the opinion of The B-Town Blog nor its staff:] It was brought to our attention that someone... [Read more]

Free Parks and Trails Map Now Available at Burien City Hall & Online

Free Parks and Trails Map Now Available at Burien City Hall & Online

A new Parks and Trails Map is now available for free to the public at Burien City Hall. The map includes parks and trails in Burien, Des Moines, Normandy Park, Renton, SeaTac and Tukwila. Parks and trails... [Read more]

PHOTO FRIDAY: Nature Walk Through Recently-Renovated Mathison Park

PHOTO FRIDAY: Nature Walk Through Recently-Renovated Mathison Park

It’s Photo Friday, the sun is shining (at least for a few minutes), and everywhere around Burien nature is springing forth, including the recently-renovated Mathison Park, with a new trail system,... [Read more]

Mathison Park Renovation To Include Interpretive Trails & New Playground; Completion Expected In December

Mathison Park Renovation To Include Interpretive Trails & New Playground; Completion Expected In December

Burien’s Mathison Park, located at 425 SW 144th Street, includes 5.3 acres of forested open space on the east side of town, with the only problem being that visitors could only experience the one... [Read more]