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Seahawks Have the Kind of Fans Who Climb Mountains and Fix Trails for Their Team

Posted by Loren Drummond at Jan 28, 2015 05:55 PM |

In a state as beautiful as Washington, it should come as no surprise that the 12th man takes to the trails to show his or her Seahawks pride. We've rounded up a gallery of photos from recent trip reporters who have been capturing their dedication on trails around the state.

In a state as beautiful as Washington, it should come as no surprise that the 12th man takes to the trails to show his or her Seahawks pride. We've rounded up photos from a few recent volunteer work parties and trip reports where trail hounds have been been capturing their dedication on trails around the state.

Oh yeah, and if you decide to make a pre-Superbowl pilgrimage to the mountains, remember to file a trip report about the trail conditions and leave no trace after you snap your photos. The football gods like it better that way.

Photo Gallery:

Volunteer Trail Tools Mount Walker
A special set of green and blue-handled tools helped some awesome volunteers work the trails with Seahawks pride on Mount Walker this week. Photo by Mason White.
Seahawks hiking crew
Seahawks crew on Mailbox Peak. photo and trip report by monsterl
M Lynch Spruce Railroad Trail
Along the Spruce Railroad Trail Mr. M Lynch explored the Olympic Peninsula with hikers this week. Along the way, they had a little impromptu football game - and the picture is the result. Photo by soaringeagle.
Beast Mode on Sunrise Ridge
Beast Mode on Sunrise Ridge in the Olympics. Photo and trip report by Muledeer.
Oyster Dome Seahawks Pride
From every mountainside, let the 12th man (woman, kid and dog) ring! Photo on Oyster Dome by Girl and Dog.
Go Hawks! on Mailbox
Go Hawks! Photo by Coug Up
Legion of Boom at Sharpe Park
A muddy crew of volunteers at Sharpe Park showed their support post-work party this week. Photo by Carol-Blunck
Flag and Fog on Mailbox Peak
Flag and fog on Mailbox Peak before the playoff game. Photo by Bill.

 

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