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Washington Trail Association Hike-A-Thon

It’s that time again! Trayvax is excited to announce our partnership with theWashington Trails Association during this year’sHike-a-Thon. Every year, from August 1-31st, WTA holds a fundraising and awareness campaign that encourages its participants to explore the endless hikes and trails Washington has to offer.

Trayvax Hike-A-Thon

Trayvax is a proud sponsor of the WTA in its mission to promote a love of hiking and the great outdoors through collaboration, education, advocacy, and trail maintenance. We are contibuting to the Hike-A-Thon prize bundles for those who compete in the month long competition.

On top of contributing to Hike-A-Thon prizes, Trayvax is holding our own giveaway to encourage participation.It’s never been easier for you to take part! What better way to celebrate the sunshine this summer than to explore some of the beautiful local trails Washington has to offer?

Trayvax Hike-A-Thon Giveaway

 Trayvax Hike-A-Thon Giveaway

For the entire month of August 2018, Trayvax is holding a giveaway to encourage participation in Hike-A-Thon. Our team is leaving badges on some of the most popular hikes in Whatcom and Skagit Valley. Simply choose a hike from the list below, locate the badge, snap a picture with it and upload your pic to Facebook, Twitter, or Instagram with #Trayvax to be automatically entered in a Trayvax-themed giveaway. We’ll be handing out away prizes for every day in August, so you’re encouraged to explore as many trails as possible throughout the month.

Trayvax Hike-A-Thon Giveaway Trail List

Trayvax Hike-A-Thon Giveaway: Oyster Dome

Oyster Dome: The Instruction Badge is located at the top viewpoint. As you reach the top, look to the left and find it hanging from a nearby tree.

Trayvax Hike-A-Thon Giveaway: Lily Lake

Lily Lake: The Instructional Badge is hanging on a branch crossing the path just as you reach the Lily Lake Campsite. 

Washington Trails Association: Lookout Mountain Forest Preserve

Lookout Mountain Forest Preserve: The Instructional Branch is wrapped around a tree at the left of the lookout point by the waterfall. 

Washington Trails Association: Stimpson Reserve

Stimpson Reserve: The Instructional Badge is handing from a branch at the observational checkpoint with a stone bench. 

Washington Trails Association: Interurban Trails

Interurban Trails: The Instructional Badge is located on a bridge on the west side of the Trail from James St. and E. Orchard Drive.

Washington Trails Association: Diablo Lake

Diablo Lake: The Instructional Badge is located near the coordinates 48.7046728, 121.1066834. Caution: Bear sighting on trial. 

More Hikes coming soon! Have any recommendations? Comment below!


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