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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.

The Tolt Pipeline Trail runs almost 14 miles between Bothell and Duvall alongside Seattle's Tolt Water Pipeline. The trail is provided through an agreement between King County and the City of Seattle and makes use of the pipeline's wide right-of-way and soft-surface access road. The Tolt Pipeline Trail is popular with off-road bicyclists, equestrians, and hikers who like the trail's straight, east-west alignment, varied terrain, and rustic ambiance. Starting near the Sammamish River Trail above Blyth Park in Bothell, the trail traverses King County's eastside cities and suburban neighborhoods, rural towns, and natural areas. Along the way, the route passes Norway Hill, Woodinville's wineries and breweries, equestrian estates in Hollywood Hills, Avondale, Bear Creek, Trilogy, and the Snohomish River before reaching Big Rock Road near Duvall. The trail offers territorial views of distant Seattle and the Cascades. The route has some steep grades and roadway detours.

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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