Explore Duvall

Photos of people walking around Duvall


With great public art, beautiful parks, interesting history, and a vibrant Main Street, there’s so much to explore in Duvall. This new Duvall Walking Guide will help you to experience it all with several different routes taking you past the city’s best highlights. Be sure to allow some time for shopping local and enjoying delicious food and drinks along the way!

Physical activity is one of the best ways to prevent disease, and walking is one of the easiest ways to get started and stay healthy. Walking also helps strengthen community connections and reduces traffic congestion and pollution. It is our hope that this map of city parks, walking routes, and points of interest will inspire you to get out, get moving, and explore all that Duvall has to offer!

The walking guide was created by the City of Duvall in collaboration with Savor Snoqualmie Valley, an initiative of the Mountains to Sound Greenway Trust, and thanks to grant funds from Port of Seattle.


Duvall Walking Guide


Transform Your Walk Into a Learning Experience

Self-Guided Duvall Art Tour

Duvall’s quirky history of art, music, and creativity remains front and center in its downtown. This itinerary guides you through town and the dozens of installations from local artists. Anyone unable to physically come to Duvall can also follow along by clicking on the links to see photos of the installations.



Historic Depot in downtown Duvall

Duvall Historic Walking Tour

Duvall’s history has many interesting stories including the moving the town, the bailing out of graves, and the winning of a tavern in a poker game. In our fun, self-guided tour of downtown Duvall you learn about its historic buildings and the stories they have to share.


You can view additional Snoqualmie Valley itineraries and historical walking tours here.

Informational QR Codes – Coming Soon!

The Duvall Cultural Commission (DCC) is working to add QR codes along some of these walking routes to help you learn more about various points of interest. We will update this page with more information about their locations once they are ready. In the meantime, check out the DCC website for events and ways to get involved!


Take the Snoqualmie Valley Shuttle

Looking to explore a bit further? Consider taking the Valley Shuttle! Use this service to take a trip up and down the Valley, explore new areas, or connect with Metro Routes to Issaquah, Bellevue, Redmond, or Seattle. More info.