14th Avenue NW Boat Ramp

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Urban and Edge Communities
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4400 14th Ave NW, Seattle
In the shadow of the Ballard Bridge, this small ramp leads into the Lake Washington Ship Canal. The site offers two piers, handicap parking spaces, and accessible restroom, two launch lanes, and is one of Seattle’s free of charge launch ramps.

29 Pines Campground

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Upper Yakima Basin
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Teanaway Community Forest
This campgrounds is located on the north fork of the Teanaway River. Garbage is not collected, pack out all trash. Campfires permitted within approved fire rings unless there is a burn ban. It is open year round but is not plowed in the winter.

3 Elk Trail

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Urban and Edge Communities
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Danville Georgetown Open Space
This trali is one of the set that traverses through this working forest land. The primary uses are hiking and horseback riding. Mountain biking is allowed on a voluntary use basis.

4th of July Trail

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Nature Conservancy - Central Cascades
This trail was developed and is maintained by volunteers. Part of the trails cross private property with the knowledge of the landowner. Please respect any signs or restrictions posted on the trails.

Adventure Trail

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West Tiger Mountain NRCA
This is one of a series of lowland loop trails in the Traditional Plateau area of Tiger Mountain State Park.

Ainsley Canyon Trail

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L.T. Murray Wildlife Area
This route on a green dot road in the Robinson Canyon Area was identified by a local horse riding group as a good ride. It is opened to motorized and non-motorized users.

Alki Trail

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Alki Beach Park
This multi-use trail has sections where pedestrians are on the same area, sections with separate pedestrian and bike lanes and one on-street bike lane with a sidewalk for pedestrians. It also has a cycle track.

Anaconda Trail

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Danville Georgetown Open Space
This trail is part of a system being developed in cooperation between King County Parks, the Black Diamond Trail Coalition and the Evergreen Mountain Bike Alliance.

Asahel Curtis Nature Trail

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Snoqualmie River Valley
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Mt Baker-Snoqualmie National Forest
This interpretive loop winds through a remnant stand of old growth forest along the South Fork of the Snoqualmie River. This is a good hike for young children but use caution on the cedar boardwalk as it can be slippery when wet.

Bagley Viewpoint

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Urban and Edge Communities
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King County
This is a really cool viewpoint that overlooks the SR 520 floating bridges, Lake Washington, and Bellevue beyond. The UW stadium is also visible from here, and with its easy-to-access parking lot, makes for the perfect spot to spend your lunch hour.

Bail Out Trail

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Tiger Mountain State Forest
This trail that is part of the Tiger Summit trail network is subject to a seaonal closure.

Bare Mountain Trail

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Alpine Lakes Wilderness (Alpine Lakes Wilderness (MBSNF));
Explore the North Fork of the Snoqualmie River and an old miners road on this seldom used trail with excellent views.

Bare Mountain Trailhead

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Mt Baker-Snoqualmie National Forest
This trail, with excellent views, stars along old roadbed, crosses Bear Creek twice and takes you into the Alpine Lakes Wilderness. It ends with a climb to the Bare Mountain Lookout.

Bean Creek Trail

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Upper Yakima Basin
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Wenatchee National Forest
With great views and great foliage along  Beverley Creek and Bean Creek, this trail includes lots of vertical climbs – mountain bikers should expect to walk often.