Have you ever walked from Elliott Bay to Lake Union?
An historic Native American route now connects some of Seattle’s most exciting landmarks, including Olympic Sculpture Park, Seattle Center, and the vibrant South Lake Union neighborhood. The figure-eight loop offers spectacular views and neighborhood ambience—from Uptown to the Pink Elephant Carwash. Opportunities abound for ambling into cafes, book stores, coffee houses and watching Seattle street life. Have fun at the Space Needle, rent a boat on Lake Union or take in cultural opportunities such as MOHAI, the Experience Music Project and the Gates Foundation Visitor Center.
At 3.75 miles, the Lake to Bay Loop is perfect for a walk or run. Or do just the Lake Loop (2 miles) or the Bay Loop (1.75 miles) during lunch! It’s easy—find the Loop logo that is in the sidewalk at every intersection along the way, and start following the arrows.