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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.

The Preston-Snoqualmie Trail is a 7-mile-long paved regional trail through steep terrain within the Mountains to Sound Greenway. The PST runs east from High Point Way near the Interstate-90 Preston Park-and-Ride to just west of Snoqualmie Falls. The PST retraces a historic railroad route with gentle grades ideal for walking, running, and bicycling. The demolition of a historical railroad trestle in Preston provides one exception where the route detours into the Raging River Valley before climbing again to the north side of Snoqualmie Ridge. The trail continues along the ridge through secluded woodlands with exceptional views of the Snoqualmie River Valley and ends with a viewpoint overlooking Snoqualmie Falls. The trail is linked to Snoqualmie Ridge via City of Snoqualmie soft-surface community trails.

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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