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The Mountains to Sound Greenway is home to a world-class regional trail system. A key Greenway goal is to fill in the few missing links between these major trails so that a hiker or biker may travel, safely off-road, from the shores of Puget Sound in Seattle, head east across the Cascade Mountains and all the way across Washington State.
Outdoor Recreation Marymoor Trail
The new 1.5-mile Marymoor Connector Trail runs through King County's Marymoor Park at the north end of Lake Sammamish, creating a safe and convenient link for cyclists, joggers, walkers and other trail users to long stretches of King County's most popular regional trails.
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Outdoor Recreation Burke-Gilman Trail
The Burke-Gilman Trail runs 20 miles from Golden Gardens Park in Seattle to Bothell where it intersects the Sammamish River Trail. Part of the "locks to lakes corridor," the Burke-Gilman is a paved, off-road route over its entire length, with the exception of a roadway segment in Ballard.
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Outdoor Recreation Sammamish River Trail
The Sammamish River Trail runs 11 miles along the Sammamish River from Bothell to Marymoor Park as part of the "locks to lakes corridor." The SRT is paved along its entire length and is one of King County's most popular regional greenways.
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Outdoor Recreation East Lake Sammamish Trail
The East Lake Sammamish Trail follows a historic railroad route along the eastern shore of Lake Sammamish within the cities of Redmond, Sammamish and Issaquah. Part of the "locks to lakes corridor," the trail is 11 miles long, and is popular with off-road bicyclists, joggers, walkers, and other users.
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Outdoor Recreation Issaquah-Preston Trail
The Issaquah-Preston Trail provides a 7-mile link between the "locks to lakes corridor" and the Mountains to Sound Greenway. The trail starts at a junction with the East Lake Sammamish Trail in Issaquah and continues east along Interstate-90 toward Preston.
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Outdoor Recreation Preston-Snoqualmie Trail
The Preston-Snoqualmie Trail is a 7-mile-long paved regional trail through steep terrain within the Mountains to Sound Greenway. The PST retraces a historic railroad route with gentle grades ideal for walking, running, and bicycling.
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Outdoor Recreation Snoqualmie Valley Trail
The Snoqualmie Valley Trail is King County's longest and perhaps most majestic regional trail. This soft-surface greenway parallels the Snoqualmie River for more than 31 miles, following a historic railroad route.
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Outdoor Recreation Interstate 90 Trail
One of urban King County's most important regional routes, this paved trail follows Interstate 90 across Lake Washington to link the cities of Seattle and Bellevue.
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Outdoor Recreation Cedar River Trail
The Cedar River Trail follows the Cedar River from Lake Washington in Renton upriver to the community of Landsburg at Seattle's Cedar River Watershed. At 17 miles in length the CRT is a paved, off-road trail for the first 12 miles, and features a soft surface for the last 5.
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Outdoor Recreation Elliott Bay Trail
The Elliott Bay Trail follows the shoreline of Elliott Bay for 5 miles from S Royal Brougham Way near Qwest Field and Safeco Field to Smith Cove Park in Magnolia. The trail provides excellent views of Elliott Bay, Puget Sound, the Olympic Mountains, and the Seattle skyline.
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Outdoor Recreation Alki Trail
The Alki Trail is a popular route along Seattle's Alki Beach, providing access to the Elliott Bay shoreline and is popular with walkers, joggers, bicyclists, skaters, and others.
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Outdoor Recreation Tolt Pipeline Trail
The Tolt Pipeline Trail runs almost 14 miles between the cities of Bothell and Duvall alongside Seattle's Tolt Water Pipeline, and is popular with off-road bicyclists, equestrians, and hikers who like the trail's straight, east-west alignment, varied terrain, and rustic ambiance.
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Outdoor Recreation Duwamish Trail
A recently completed section of trail, following the Duwamish River in south Seattle.
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Outdoor Recreation John Wayne Pioneer Trail
The John Wayne Pioneer Trail in Iron Horse State Park is the backbone of the Greenway trail system. This former Milwaukee Road railway bed traverses much of the Greenway, and includes spectacular scenery, campsites and a 2-mile rail tunnel under Snoqualmie Pass.
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Outdoor Recreation Coal Mines Trail
The Coal Mines Trail, 5 miles of the former Burlington Northern rail line, connects the historic towns of Cle Elum, Roslyn and Ronald through Eastern Washington forests and past small mountains of tailings left from coal mining days.
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Burke-Gilman SeattleThe Mountains to Sound Greenway is home to a world-class regional trail system. A key Greenway goal is to fill in the few missing links between these major trails so that a hiker or biker may travel, safely off-road, from the shores of Puget Sound in Seattle, head east across the Cascade Mountains and all the way across Washington State.

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Visit the Maps page for the Regional Trails Gap Map, an overview of connecting trails in the Greenway and the work that is in progress to fill the few missing links.

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