The Snoqualmie Valley Trail traverses one of northwest Washington's most beautiful agricultural landscapes, passing through several communities and taking in parks, natural areas and farmland. In addition, the trail incorporates railroad trestles along the route. At its southern end at Rattlesnake Lake, the Snoqualmie Valley Trail connects to the Iron Horse State Park Trail
There is a gap in the trail near the town of Snoqualmie, between SE Reinig Road and Tokul Road; both require that you use stairs to access the trail from the road. On Tokul Road, you'll find the trail on the north side of the road near the guard rail just west of SE 60th Street. Use Mill Pond Road between Reinig and Tokul to bridge the 2.4-mile gap.
Access the Snoqualmie Valley Trail from both end points and also at Duvall Park in Duvall, at McCormick Park, at Nick Loutsis Park in Carnation, at 356th Place SE near Fall City, at Rattlesnake Lake Recreation Area and at NE 4th & Ballarat Avenue in North Bend.
Just a note to correct some references to the railroad that passed through Cedar Falls, the Snoqualmie Tunnel, and Hyak. Some references omit the word "Chicago." The railroad was the "Chicago, Milwaukee, St. Paul, and Pacific Railroad, often called "The ...
I rode the Snoqualmie Trail this morning (4 hrs) from Duvall to the so-called Tokul Tunnel (a very large culvert) and back and had a very enjoyable ride with flickers, squirrels, and deer that just stood and watch me roll by. I have one question for the ...
Went on a Sunday. Very few riders. Can do as much or little as like. Slight uphill grade after about 6 miles. Unpaved but easy riding on mountain bike. Would not recommend road bike.