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There are many people that run and bike on the trail north of Summit Park. Heading south proves to be a bit tricky. You’ll have to cross a set of railroad tracks and busy road before getting back onto a relatively smooth trail. It end abruptly . Overall, it’s a nice quiet ride.
Good for starting the season
Nice ride, but I probably won’t ride this trail again though. I started at the Showare Center in Kent. There were a lot of homeless camps scattered throughout the trail in Kent, and I got sideways looks from a few people sitting on chairs posted outside of their encampments. None of them seemed like they were gonna start something, just made me feel a bit uncomfortable.
April 24, 2023. First nice day this spring on the Tenino to Yelm trail (Tenino to Yelm and back).. A number of rough spots in the end near Yelm but most marked with yellow paint if you watch for them. Five or six road crossing about half cross paved side roads and half gravel drive ways. One crosses two lane highway had great sight lines and very little traffic to wait for. I may have seen 6 other cyclist and four walking during the out and back ride. And one other recumbent trike near the Tenino depot park.
Surprised to see this amazing trail that has great bed and breakfasts along it is not noted as part of the Great American Rail Trail. It sure would help demonstrate more GART completion if it was.
We rode from Yelm to the Yelm hwy. overpass. Nice condition all the way.
Very disappointing, it is such a nice trail but you can’t take your dog to walk there
We found this hike and were so happy to complete it. Beautiful views.
If I can walk anywhere, I can go anywhere
I have the good fortune of riding this trail daily - I live on this trail that you can ride for 25 mile from Discovery park to Elliott trail and then all th way to Alki beach and Fauntleroy Ferry beautiful beautiful ride
This is a wonderful trail, the parking lots do have 2 hour parking signs but they don’t seem to be enforced. I have parked there 5 times with no issues and I was talking to some local resident trail users and they said they have never been ticketed. They think the signs are to discourage carpool parking or overnight camping. Nice restrooms too.
We parked at SVT trail parking in Fall City to ride the trail towards North Bend, but found out that the trail ends in just 3 miles when you reach the Tokul Tunnel. Next to the Tokul tunnel we saw a very fit young male cyclist walking his light weight rode bike down a very steep dirt hill to reach the SVT. On the other side of the tunnel are a steep set of wood stairs with no hand rail. I’m a 4’-9” woman with a heavy mountain bike so I didn’t attempt the stairs or hill. We thought it was best to turn around and ride back towards Carnation. Beautiful shady ride in forest
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