Seattle World School students Ruman Jama, left, Habtamu Abebe, center, and Osman Hassan participate in a team-building exercise on a challenge course at Camp Long in West Seattle. The ropes course, which opened in 2012, fits nicely with the park founders’ intent to provide young people with character-building activities and an opportunity to experience nature in the city.
This piece of forest in West Seattle is a place of poetry and practicality, a place of memories and dreams. A place with a rich past and a future rooted in the same desire to do good that propelled the people who founded it.
Fit for Life
Pacific NW magazine
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