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South Beach Trail

The South Beach Trail is one of the most iconic hiking trails in Seattle. Winding itself gently through light forest canopy while providing breathtaking vistas of the Olympic Mountains, Puget Sound, and Mount Rainer. It is a half-mile hiking trail that connects the Loop Trail to South Beach. The change of elevation is roughly 220 feet from top to bottom, and the trail is comprised of many sets of stairs.
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Celebrating Over 45 Years of Discovery

It’s hard to ​imagine Seattle without Discovery Park. It represents the largest city park and largest open space in a large, booming city becoming more dense by the week. There is no realistic prospect of ever adding a space of similar size inside the city should this one be whittled away by development.
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Capehart Forest Restoration

The Capehart Forest restoration project represents one of the largest and most exciting additions to Discovery Parks open space in recent memory. Since the early 60’s the 30-acre site has been filled with over 60 prefabricated military homes and owned by the Navy. With its security fencing, no-trespassing signs, and very central location, it represented a significant detraction from the Park as a place to enjoy the out of doors.
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FAA Tower

In the very center of the park at the top of its highest and most scenic hill is a 100 foot tall FAA radar dome which dominates the landscape in all directions and lies within the Fort Lawton Historic District. This District is one of the most iconic places in the Park with wide open spaces and unparalleled views.
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