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The Beauty of Bellevue

Editor's Picks

April 2014

Lauren Hunsberger


Most people can’t take off on exotic vacations week after week, so we’ve compiled a list of mini springtime adventures right here in Bellevue, convenient for a quick weekend of fun.


Climb till you drop at Stone Gardens’ Bellevue location. With over 21,000 square feet of climbing walls, there is plenty of space for climbers of all experience levels and ages. There is also a children’s climbing area. Click here for more information.


Spring is the perfect time to stroll through the Bellevue Botanical Gardens, which features of 53 acres of Pacific Northwest gardens, wetlands and woodlands. The gardens are free and open from dawn until dusk. Click here for more information.


Head to the Mercer Slough Nature Park to bask in the beauty of Lake Washington’s largest fresh water wetland. Be sure to stop by the blueberry farm to pick some fresh seasonal fruit. Click here for more information.


If your idea of adventure includes a paddle, make your way to Enatai Beach Park, where outdoor enthusiasts can rent canoes and kayaks beginning in May. For more information, call 425.430.0111.


A golfer’s paradise, The Golf Club at Newcastle offers a day of light activity with breathtaking views of Mount Rainier, the Seattle skyline and surrounding Cascade and Olympic mountain ranges. Click here for more information.


Thrill seekers over the age of 21 can have some fun indoors at Lucky Strike bowling alley, located on the second story of the Lincoln Center. Those who want to keep their party private can opt for the private room. Click here for more information.


For a trip with a tasty payoff, try your hand at fly-fishing. Orivis has a variety of classes throughout the spring and summer, perfect for beginners and seasoned fishermen alike. Click here for more information.


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