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Map of the Snoqualmie Valley Trail

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Snoqualmie Valley Trail

Snoqualmie Valley Trail Washington map area

Snoqualmie Valley Trail

LENGTH:

31.5 miles

SURFACE:

unpaved - compacted crushed rock

COMMUNITIES:

Duvall, Novelty, Carnation, Snoqualmie, North Bend, Riverbend, Edgewick

HIGHLIGHTS:

rail trail, King County countryside, forests, farmland, rural communities, Tokul Trestle, Three Forks Natural Area, Rattlesnake Lake / Iron Horse State Park

NEARBY TRAILS:

Tolt Pipeline Trail
Carnation Trail
Snoqualmie Ridgeline Trail
Iron Horse State Park Trail

RELATED LINKS:

Redmond

The Snoqualmie Valley Trail is a 31.5-mile long unpaved pathway located in King County, Washington. The route of the trail extends from Duvall to Cedar Falls, with a gap at Snoqualmie. The trail was constructed along an abandoned railroad right-of-way and it wanders through the King County countryside, going through forested areas, past farmland and through rural communities.

One of the main attractions along the Snoqualmie Valley Trail is the 100 year old Tokul Creek Trestle. The historic railroad bridge is 100 feet high and 400 feet long. The bridge is located along a tight bend in the trail to the north of Snoqualmie at 0.8 miles along the trail from Tokul Road SE. In this same area, trail users might wish to visit Snoqualmie Falls along Railroad Avenue to the northwest of Tokul Road SE.

Conditions

The Snoqualmie Valley Trail is unpaved for most of its route. The trail has a graded surface of compacted crushed stone. The trail is open for any non-motorized use, such as bike riding, running and walking.

Communities

The Snoqualmie Valley Trail goes past the following communities: Duvall, Novelty, Carnation, Snoqualmie, North Bend, Riverbend and Edgewick.

Points of Interest

The Snoqualmie Valley Trail goes past the following points of interest:

Depot Park / McCormick Park
Duvall Park
Carnation Elementary School
Tokul Creek Trestle Bridge
Nick Loutis Park
Tolt Middle School
Three Forks Natural Area
Centennial Filed Park
Snoqualmie Elementary School
Mt. Si Golf Course
Claggett Field
Northbend Elementary School
Torguson Park
bridge over the South Fork Snoqualmie River
Rattlesnake Lake / Iron Horse State Park
Nearby Trails

Tolt Pipeline Trail: this trail is located near the north end of the Snoqualmie Valley Trail in Duvall.

Snoqualmine Ridgeline Trail: this trail heads to the west from the City of Snoqualmie.

Iron Horse Trail: the two trails meet at the south end of the southerly section of the Snoqualmie Valley Trail at Rattlesnake Lake / Iron Horse State Park.

End Points

The Snoqualmie Valley Trail has two separate sections with a long gap in the community of Snoqualmie.

The north end of the 18.7-mile long northern section is located just north of NE Woodinville Duvall Road and west of Main Street NE in Duvall. Parking is available at Depot Park near the historic railroad depot. The south end of this section is located along Tokul Road SE at 0.6 miles of Railroad Avenue on the north side of Snoqualmie.

The north end of the 9.8-mile long southerly section is located along SE Reinig Road, just west of 396th Drive SE on the south side of Snoqualmie. The south end of the southerly section is located at Rattlesnake Lake / Iron Horse State Park.


Resources

Following are links to official off-site resources to find out more details about the Snoqualmie Valley Trail in King County, Washington.

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