Snoqualmie Valley Trail
The Snoqualmie Valley Trail (SVT) is King County’s longest and perhaps most majestic regional trail. This soft-surface greenway parallels the Snoqualmie River for more than 31 miles from Duvall southeast to Rattlesnake Lake and Seattle’s Cedar River Watershed above North Bend. The SVT follows a historic railroad route through the lower and upper Snoqualmie River valleys to the Cascades and links the rural towns of Duvall, Carnation, and Fall City, as well as Snoqualmie and North Bend. The trail offers exceptional opportunities to experience the rural King County landscape and Cascade foothills and is popular with hikers, off-road bicyclists, joggers, and equestrians. Highlights include Snoqualmie River Valley views, river natural areas, the historic 100-foot-high Tokul Trestle, and ever-changing views of Mount Si along the upper valley portion of the trail. The trial includes one roadway segment around the historic Snoqualmie Mill in Snoqualmie and intersects the Palouse to Cascades State Park Trail at the Rattlesnake Lake Recreation Area.