Whether you come by land or by water, this updated edition of Afoot & Afloat is a must for enjoying the best outdoor adventures in North Puget Sound, including Blaine, Bellingham Bay, Fidalgo, Whidbey and Camano Islands, Deception Pass, Edmonds, and the Strait of Juan de Fuca. Marge and Ted Mueller present everything you need to know about the area’s park and marina facilities, beaches, shorelines, historic sites, nature trails, marine life, and so much more.
The authoritative guide to outdoor adventure in the San Juan Islands
This San Juan Islands edition of the popular Afoot & Afloat series covers islands within the San Juan Archipeligo, such as Orcas, Shaw, Blakely, Cypress, Lopez, Decatur, Fidalgo, Clark, Matia, Sucia, Patos, Waldron, and Stuart. Each location includes:
- Options for boating, bicycling, hiking, camping, scuba diving, beachcombing, and more
- Helpful sidebars on wildlife, history, and fascinating trivia
- Tables for the best viewing places for birds and animals
- Clear driving and boating directions, with information on launches and moorages, reformatted for "find it at a glance" use
||Marge Mueller and Ted Mueller
||Afoot & Afloat North Puget Sound
||Afoot & Afloat
||May 1, 2006
The Afoot & Afloat Guidebooks are for people who love water -- being on it or near it. That's why this series not only tell you where to take your boat but what you can do on land when you arrive at your destination. On the other hand, it's not necessary to own a boat to find fun things to do in these books. If you like to hike, bike, picnic, or see wildlife all with a beautiful Puget Sound backdrop, these titles will show you where to do that, complete with detailed driving directions and where to put in your kayak when you arrive.
"One of the pretty places on this planet is Puget Sound...consider buying Afoot & Afloat: North Puget Sound." (Idaho Falls Post Register)
"Everything you need to know to explore and enjoy North Puget Sound." (WaveLength magazine)
Marge and Ted Mueller have explored the Northwest’s mountains, forests, and waterways for more than 40 years. They are the authors of every title in the Afoot & Afloat series, as well as Washington State Parks and Exploring Washington’s Wild Areas.