The Cedar River Trail follows an old railroad right-of-way from downtown Renton to King County's Landsburg Park, alongside the scenic Cedar River. A greenway branch of the trail (Cedar River to Green River Trail
) heads south from Whitte Road and goes another 3.75 miles to SE 276th Street, connecting through Lake Wilderness Park. The first 12.3 miles of the trail from Renton is paved, and the remainder is soft, crushed rock.
Several Parking areas are available along the trail immediately adjacent to State Route 169 (the Maple Valley Highway). Parking is also available in Landsburg west of 276th Avenue SE.
i am looking to find out the distance from landsburg to highway 18 or from lake washingotn to highway 18? if you can help that would be awsome.
Most of the Cedar River Trail follows an old RR right-of-way, but the way we like to do it, we start at the mouth of the Cedar River where it empties into Lake Washington, and follow it all the way to the boundary of the City of Seattle watershed at Landsburg. ...
The Cedar River Trail is now paved (wide, like all rail trails should be) from where it crosses under I 405 to the intersection with the 'Green To Cedar River Trail'. Both trails are bikable, but on ballast from that point on and are very wooded. It is ...