Snoqualmie Valley Trail
Snoqualmie Valley Trail

Snoqualmie Valley Trail

Mount Baker-Snoqualmie National Forest
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Snoqualmie Valley Trail

Snoqualmie Valley Trail

Distance: 18.4mi
Elevation: 285ft
Time: 5.5-7.5h

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The Snoqualmie Valley Trail is a 18.4mi heavily trafficked point-to-point trail in Mount Baker-Snoqualmie National Forest that is rated as easy. This long walking, horseback riding, and biking trail stretches from Duvall in the north to Snoqualmie Falls in the south. Walk any portion of it for a very easy, simple nature walk.
There is a gun range on the Snoqualmie side of this trail that may spook skittish animals, dogs and horses alike.

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Getting there

The Snoqualmie Valley Trail begins in Duvall in Depot Park, where there is parking, and ends near SE Tokul Road in Snoqualmie Falls, but you can pick up a section anywhere in between.

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Backcountry Campground

Camp Don Bosco

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Pets allowed

Yes - On Leash

Family friendly


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One Way

Snoqualmie Valley Trail
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Snoqualmie Valley Trail Description

The Snoqualmie Valley Trail is a long, family-friendly walking trail that stretches from Snoqualmie Falls to Duvall. You can pick up any part of this trail for a nature walk. Bikes, trail runners, and horseback riders also frequent this route. It’s mostly packed gravel and flat, making it easy for all skill levels.

Riders and those with dogs should be aware of the gun range on the Snoqualmie side, which, obviously, can produce loud noises at times. Remember to keep your dogs on leash and give horses the right of way. Enjoy the wonderful views of the Snoqualmie River and have fun!



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