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. The trail follows a historic railroad route
L.T. Murray Wildlife Area
This pair of trails is one of mountain bike routes in the Joe Watt Canyon area of the LT Murray Wildlife Area. It connects Watt Canyon Road to the Racing Loop and runs on an old logging road and is not open to motorized vehicles.
Alpine Lakes Wilderness (Alpine Lakes Wilderness (WNF));
This trail is a major access route to abundant backpacking destinations in Alpine Lakes Wilderness. A day horse ride to Cathedral Pass is very challenging with steep exposed trail.
Cedar River Trail
The Cedar River Trail follows the Cedar River from Lake Washington in Renton upriver to the community of Landsburg. At 17 miles in length, the off-road trail is a paved for the first 12 miles and features a soft surface for the last 5. It follows a historic railroad route between the river and State
Tiger Mountain State Forest
This trail offers a steady climb up the west side of Tiger Mountain to Poo Poo Point. It is one of the trails that connects the Tiger Mountain State Forest to the West Tiger Mountain NRCA.
The Cle Elum River Conservancy is a protected area along the river in Suncadia. The trails at Suncadia are open to the public. The greeter at the entrance can provide directions and information.
The Cle Elum River Conservancy is a protected area along the river in Suncadia that can be reached by taking the staircase from the Suncadia Lodge. The greeter at the entrance can provide directions if needed.
This former Burlington Northern Santa Fe railway is now a trail connecting the historic towns of Cle Elum, Roslyn, and Ronald through Central Washington forests and past small mountains of tailings left from coal mining days. The Greenway Trust helped local communities buy the six-mile trail corridor.
Wenatchee National Forest
A magnificent walk along 4 miles of the rushing Cooper River leads to Cooper Lake, a reservoir surrounded by eastern Cascade peaks and forested slopes. Anglers and families alike will enjoy trout, birds, and wildlife.