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Kristine Stultz, Residential Real Estate Agent - Anacortes | Mt Vernon | Whidbey Island
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Ship Harbor Interpretive Preserve Trail hugs 2000 ft. of Ship Harbor’s sandy beach shoreline. There are interpretive platforms and benches to ponder the views of the ferry, birds and islands. A boardwalk, completed in 2013, leads visitors through a portion of the wetlands and the 25 acre perimeter of freshwater wetlands. Travel west on Hwy. 20 until Ship Harbor comes into view, then turn right onto Ship Harbor Boulevard, take the next left and wind down to a cul-de-sac next to Guemes Channel.

In that same cul-de-sac is Guemes Channel Trail, which will eventually connect to downtown Anacortes and the Tommy Thompson Trail. The newest section of the trail opened in May 2015 and extends to Illinois Avenue. The trail is paved and follows the old railroad bed along Guemes Channel.
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Heart Lake Trail is 2.86 miles long and almost does a complete loop around the lake through cedar and hemlock forests with pockets of views of the lake. The trail is easy and the lake is a popular spot for fishing, kayaking and families. On the weekends the voices of excited children can be heard as they discover the wonders of nature. There are several access points, but the large gravel parking lot off Heart Lake Road offers ample parking, restrooms and beach access.

Adjacent to Heart Lake is the Whistle Lake Trail system. This is the largest trail system in Anacortes Community Forest Lands and those desiring a longer hike can follow the trails from Heart Lake to Whistle Lake, or vice versa. Near Heart Lake are the two of the highest points in Anacortes: Mt. Erie at 1,273 ft. and Sugarloaf at 1,044 ft. There are pull-ins along Heart Lake Road but the best place to park is a gravel parking lot at the base of Mt. Eire, which also has a paved road leading to the top. For those wanting to start their hike at Whistle Lake, access is on the east side of the island off of Whistle Lake Terrace Road. There, the 3.7 mile trail passes by swamps, through wooded forests, a lake that gets warm enough to swim in the summer and rocky outcroppings.
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Cranberry Lake Area has a handful of trails. The main trail follows a 1.5 mile loop around Little Cranberry Lake with various off-shoots that lead hikers on different routes and into neighborhoods like Rock Ridge, which offers outstanding views of the San Juan Islands. At the southern end of the lake the trail continues past Little Beaver Pond, Big Beaver Pond and Mitten Pond. For the most part the trail is easy going, but it can get muddy and rugged in some parts. The most popular access points are at Cranberry Lake Road, which has a small parking lot and easily accessed view area of the lake and A Ave. with a large parking lot along the side of the road.
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The Tommy Thompson Trail starts at 11th and Q Avenue, near the Port of Anacortes, and follows the old Burlington Northern Railway route for 3.3 miles. Most of the trail hugs the shoreline and has outstanding views of the Cascade Mountains and Mount Baker. It’s paved and fairly flat, which makes it popular for walking and biking. The southeastern portion crosses the railway trestle over Fidalgo Bay, which many consider the highlight of the trail. Along the route are access points, doggie bag stations and restrooms.
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