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MAY | JUNE 2018

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20 WAC Magazine | wac.net The view is better from the top. Sign up for a Saturday hike this summer and find out for yourself. u Summer Hiking Triathlon Coaches Sun Protection Meet the Athlete Few activities will bring you closer to the natural beauty of the Northwest than hiking. But sometimes just getting to the woods is the hardest part. Choosing your trek, driving to the trailhead, and navigating the treacherous world of backcoun- try parking passes is enough to make you want to stay inside. is summer, leave the logistics to us. WAC personal trainer Darrick Kung and Women's & Coed Fitness Manager Maureen Eggers will lead you on six summer hikes that will have you sweating your way to epic views. If you've ever wanted to take on some of the challenging trails above Snoqualmie Pass but felt in over your hiking head, then these treks are for you. Just make sure your legs and lungs are ready! "We're calling it a 'summer of killer hikes,'" Maureen says. "ese are tough trails that will challenge your legs and get you in mountain shape. ey'll also reward you with views that just keep going." All six trailheads are about an hour from the WAC Club- house, which is exactly where you get to stop thinking about the plan and start enjoying the scenery. Every trek takes place on a Saturday, and each includes an ultra-healthy box lunch, round-trip transportation, and an après-hike drink at Hag- erty's. Here's a breakdown, including total trail mileage. —$75 per hike, includes round-trip transportation from the WAC, lunch, and an aer-hike drink; $50 without transporta- tion. To reserve, email fitness@wac.net. Living Fit Climb a mountain! These six hikes will take you to new heights

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