Sammamish River Trail
The Sammamish River Trail is a 15.3 km point-to-point trail that runs from Remond to Bothell. This trail is popular with cyclists and walkers and can be enjoyed in part as far as you like to tailor your adventure. It is mostly flat and entirely paved. Watch out for passing cyclists and runners, especially on the weekends when the trail gets quite busy.
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Route Description for Sammamish River Trail
The Sammamish River Trail runs for 15.3 km and is very popular with local cyclists and walkers. This popular route is flat and paved, making it suitable for all skill levels. Watch for the occasional patch of path in need of repair.
The trail starts neat Dudley Carter Park in Redmond and ends in Bothell off 96th Ave NE. You can hop on this trail at any point and go as far as you like. The trail follows the river, and it’s scenic, flat, and quite wide the whole way. There are also toilets and trash cans along the route. If you like a break on the way, stop in Woodinville, where you can also refill your water. Watch for passing cyclists and runners and remember to keep dogs on a leash.
Getting to the Sammamish River Trail Trailhead
The trailhead for the Sammamish River Trail is in Redmond near Dudley Carter Park, but you can also start in Bothell off 96th Ave NE or anywhere in between
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