Burke Gilman Trail
The Burke Gilman Trail meanders from Issaquah to Seattle--about 35-40 miles. Hike or Bike, several pit stops along the way. Thru wetlands, along Lake Sammamish and the Sammamish Slough--there is even great dining along the way but no till Woodinville. Bike is best if you want to go distances.
Winding 27 miles through many of Seattle’s notable northern neighborhoods—such as Ballard, Fremont, and the University District—the Burke-Gilman Trail is a cyclist’s delight, offering uninterrupted pedaling past spectacular scenery.
This expansive paved trail runs from Shilshole Bay all the way to Kenmore and is great for walking, running, and biking.
This trail runs from Shilshole Bay to Redmond, along the water. Great for recreation
"The BG" is the original Seattle Rails to Trails project. At the bottom of the hill on the North the trail passes under the Fremont Bridge. The trail runs nearly 20 miles from Golden Gardens park to the west all the way to the wineries in Woodinville to the northeast where it links to the Sammamish…
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