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Map of regional recreational trails in the State of Washington

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Regional Recreational trails for walking and cycling in the State of Washington

Regional Recreational Trails, Washington map area

Regional Recreational Trails, Washington

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The State of Washington has a large network of paved and unpaved regional recreational trails for bike riding, running and walking. Most of these trails are located withing the urban areas, though many trails extend into the local countryside. Washington has many trails that are Rails-to-Trails networks where the trail was constructed along abandoned railroad right-of-ways. Other trails follow along the shoreline of rivers or other bodies of water.

These regional recreational trails connect communities, allow safe ways to commute to work or to school, make inviting locations for the many visitors to experience the beauty of this area and allow for a healthful safer way to take in exercise.

Below is a list of many of the regional recreational trails within the State of Washington. Trail names in red link to the map and description for that specific trail. We also have many additional trails shown on the maps and descriptions for the cities and towns.

TRAIL NAMESECTORLENGTH
(MI.)
SURFACECOMMUNITIES
520 Bike & Pedestrian Trail W 11 paved Seattle, Medina, Bellevue, Redmond
Alki Trail W 5.3 paved Seattle
Bill Chipman Palouse Trail E 7 paved Pullman, Moscow
B.P.A. Trail W 3.6 paved Federal Way
Burke-Gilman Trail W 12.8 paved Seattle, Lake Forest Partk, Bothell
Burnt Bridge Creek Trail SW  8 paved Vancouver
Cascade Trail NW 24 unpaved Sedro-Woolley, Hamilton, Concrete
Cedar River Trail W 17.3 paved / unpaved Renton, Maple Valley, Ravensdale
Centennial Trail - Snohomish County  NW 29 paved / unpaved Pilchuck, Arlington, Lake Stevens, Snohomish
Chehalis Western Trail W 21 paved Woodard Bay, South Bay, Lacey, Rainier
Children of the Sun Trail E  7 paved Spokane
Cheshiahud Union Lake Loop W 5.5 paved Seattle
Chief Sealth Trail W 4.5 paved Seattle
Columbia Plateau Trail SE 130 unpaved Spokane, Cheney, Lamont, Washtucna, Pasco
Cross Kirkland Corridor W 5.8 unpaved Kirkland
Cushman Trail W 6.2 paved Gig Harbor
Duwamish Trail W 2.8 paved Seattle
Elliott Bay Trail W 5.5 paved Downtown Seattle
Ferry County Rail Trail NE 25.7 unpaved Torboy,  Curlew,  Danville
Fish Lake Trail E 11.2 paved Spokane, Gelger Heights, Marshall, Cheney
Green River Trail W 19 paved Kent, Tukwila
Interurban Trail - Bellingham NW 5 unpaved Bellingham, Chuckanut
Interurban Trail (North) W  20 paved Seattle, Shoreline, Edmonds, Everett
Interurban Trail (South) W 14.7 paved Tuckwila, Orilla, Kent, Auburn, Algona, Pacific
Iron Horse Trail W 123 unpaved Warden, Tekoa
Iron Horse State Park Trail C  110 unpaved Cedar Falls, Rockdale, Ellensburg, Wanapum Village
Klickitat River Trail S 12 unpaved Lyle, Klickitat
Lower Yakima Valley Pathway
S 14 paved Sunnyside, Grandview, Apricot, Prosser
Mountains-to-Sound Trail W 8 paved Seattle, Mercer Island, Bellvue
Naches Trail S 8 paved Naches
Olympic Discovery Trail NW 69 paved Port Angeles, Carlsborg, Sequim, Port Townsend
Sammammish River Trail W 10.9 paved Redmond, Woodinville, Bothell
Snoqualmie Valley Trail W 31.5 unpaved Duvall, Novelty, Carnation, Snoqualmie, Edgewick
Tolt Pipeline Trail W 9.4 unpaved Bothell, Cottage Lake, Woodinville
Willapa Hills Trail SW 56 unpaved South Bend, Raymond, Holcomb, Chehalis
Woodland Trail  W 5.4 paved Olympia, Lacey, Union Mill
Yakima Greenway S 9 paved / unpaved Yakima

Resources

Following are links to official off-site resources to find out more details about the regional recreational trails located in the State of Washington.


Individual Maps for Recreational Trails in the State of Washington

Here is a list of links to the individual maps for specific recreational trails in the State of Washington.

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