Start at Chief Sealth/Birthplace of Seattle monument, Alki Avenue SW & SW 63rd Street
Come join a family-friendly ride through history with Southwest Historical Society. About 10 miles round-trip from the “birthplace of Seattle” near Alki Point to the Longhouse of Chief Seattle’s Duwamish Tribe, who were already here when the Denny Party landed, and still are. Stops for stories along the way.
Arrive by 9:15 for sign in and introductions. Children 15 and under must be accompanied by parent or guardian. Helmets required. No ear buds. We will obey traffic laws and yield to pedestrians on trail.
Sign up in advance here if you want to save time. Check back just before the event for updates and details.
This will be a Cascade free daily ride. Liesurely pace (10-12 mph) on the Alki and West Duwamish Trails. We will stay together, and stop to hear stories at Anchor Park at Duwamish Head; at the water pumping station on Harbor Ave; at the monument to the Croatian immigrant town of Riverside; and at Herring’s House Park/T107 park across from the Duwamish Tribe’s Longhouse. Snacks and exploration there. Ride back. Bring or buy lunch at the beach if you can stay!