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Hiking with the family
Hours vary by business, but generally 9 a.m. - 5 p.m. Retail shops typically open around 10 or 11 and some fresh food businesses (like fish markets) close around 3 p.m.
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Take the drive out of the city for the day and enjoy the natural beauty that Snoqualmie Falls has to offer. Pack a picnic before you leave to enjoy on the trail. There are picnic tables scattered about. If you're living or lodging closer to downtown Seattle, take the 30 minute drive to Pike Place Market for dinner or lunch on the way home.

Plan
Pike Place Market
Hours vary by business, but generally 9 a.m. - 5 p.m. Retail shops typically open around 10 or 11 and some fresh food businesses (like fish markets) close around 3 p.m.
97 Pike St Between Pike and Pine Sts. and First Ave, Seattle, WA 98101
Snoqualmie Falls and Trail
6501 Railroad Ave., Snoqualmie, WA 98024
Emily Coleman
Jackson Hole, WY
Emily Coleman is a Jersey girl born and raised who caught the outdoor bug upon moving to Vermont to pursue a degree in Adventure Education and Environmental Studies from Green Mountain College. She spent most of her years before college deeply entrenched in the world of competitive cheerleading before discovering a passion for outdoor sports including mountain biking, white water kayaking, bikepacking, backpacking, slacklining, rock climbing, and skiing. Having been surrounded by children her entire life in her mother's daycare, she always had a strong affinity for kids. She moved to the mountains of Jackson Hole after graduating to coach for the local Kayak Club during the summers and nanny in the winters. Becoming a part of the Happy Active Family team felt like the perfect collision of her passion for building strong community bonds and encouraging an outdoor lifestyle.
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