Bothell Landing Trail
The Bothell Landing Trail is a well-maintained 6.4 km multi-use pathway perfect for walking, running, or biking. You can do this section as a standalone adventure or continue on the longer Burke Gilman Trail. This path is great for dogs on leash, just remember to be aware of passing bike traffic.
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Route Description for Bothell Landing Trail
The Bothell Landing Trail is a great route for walkers, runners, and bikers. It’s well-maintained and because of its connection to the Burke Gilman Trail, your adventure can last much longer if you’d like it to. This trail meanders along the Sammamish River, offering a nice bit of natural beauty in the city. Be aware of passing bike traffic.
Begin from the trailhead. You’ll cross the river and go right, walking alongside the water. You’ll cross back over the river soon to hug the road for a bit before the river nears again. The path connects to the Burke Gilman Trail, where you’ll continue on to where it crosses the creek. From here, turn around and retrace your steps or keep going further if you’d like to.
Getting to the Bothell Landing Trail Trailhead
The trailhead for the Bothell Landing Trail is in the park off NE 180th Street.
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