Bonney Lake, WA Atv Trails and Maps

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Interurban Trail (North)

You can't walk the maple road part of the trail, you will be too close to traffic on the bridge. You should only go on a bike for this part.

May, 2022 by taylordrake538

You can't walk the maple road part of the trail, you will be too close to traffic on the bridge. You should only go on a bike for this part.

Yelm-Tenino Trail

Spring 2022

April, 2022 by chloesgrandma

Rode the trail last weekend. There are a few spots that it is pretty rough so watch for bumps. Got hissed at by a wild goose towards Tenino. She got us on the way back too!

Interurban Trail (South)

Real Beauty

April, 2022 by sarahjoysmith123

I like this trail a lot. Not too congested and kept up fairly well. My only warning is a specific raised railroad crossing that was bumpy enough to knock my bike chain loose. I’ll be returning as the weather keep getting nicer.

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SR 520 Trail

Very nice

March, 2022 by gerald.hawkins

This is a very nice trail. Be aware of a few things: Steel connector plates at fairly regular intervals make a jarring bump. On very nice days, the trail can be crowded and you have to keep speed down. The trail is loud, right next to traffic lanes with a “Jersey barrier” separating bikes from cars. Strong cross winds can make this trip unpleasant during bad weather. And although the bridge seems very flat from a car, there are actually modest climbs at each end. The trail connects nicely to the Lake Washington trail, but the Montlake Bridge crossing to UW and the Burke-Gilman trail is tight. The connection toward Lake Union is difficult to locate and can be unusable.

Cross Kirkland Corridor

Excellent

March, 2022 by gerald.hawkins

This is a wonderful trail. The southern end is a little vague for access. Around Totem Lake, the trail is under construction (2020-2022 or ?) and a bypass is necessary. The northern end of the trail also does not connect well into other trails, ending a couple of miles from the Sammamish River Trail, but the busy & fast NE 124th connects the two with a good bike lane.

Burke-Gilman Trail

Great trail with a couple glitches

March, 2022 by gerald.hawkins

The Burke-Gilman Trail is excellent and was important in creating the concept of Rails to Trails. The trail is all good but could be better in spots. The trail is missing a section between Ballard and the UW. Don’t expect to find a parking space in Ballard. Between UW and Bothell, the trail is very good except that in many places the bumps (from roots) and cracks in the pavement are excessive. In Bothell, the Burke-Gilman transitions directly into the Sammamish River Trail, which goes to Woodinville and Redmond. One of the most convenient parking areas for the Burke-Gilman Trail is actually the Wilmot Gateway Park on the Sammamish River Trail. One wish (besides fixing bumps) is that there was a convenient place to charge ebikes on the trail.

Foothills Trail

Clean trails lots of bikes very beautiful set out in the country we started in South Prairie everyone was very friendly!

March, 2022 by bayta72

Clean trails lots of bikes very beautiful set out in the country we started in South Prairie everyone was very friendly!

Cushman Trail

Good Trail bad pooch pal people!

February, 2022 by panamakelley

I have enjoyed walking this trail in Gig Harbor . Got out of the habit of walking it during the peak of the pandemic. Have returned to the trail to get in shape for another long trek, Lisbon to Santiago and beyond. I am also rehabbing my most recent knee replacement. Today I was able to make a 3+ mile round trip walk from the Burnham Drive parking, near home depot. The lot is tight for my big vehicle and there is evidence of a broken window glass in the lot so, caution. Most dogs are on leash but their owners leave their dropping behind in poop bags. This year I noted markers for rescue vehicle to be able to more clearly identify where you are should the need arris.

West Campus Trail

quite shaded trail

December, 2021 by hucks.heather

Nice trail with tons of shade. I only saw 4 people on the trail the day I walked it.

Chehalis Western Trail

amazing trail!

November, 2021 by dubhatt

We rode our bikes the entire 21 miles from Olympia to the end of the trail where it intersects another trail that takes you to the town of Rainier (2miles further). Round trip was around 42 miles. Very scenic with multiple lakes along the way. We stopped for coffee at the 5 mile mark near Kohl’s / Target. This is your last chance for some food or drink until you get to Rainier. Definitely recommend!

Green River Trail

Good trail, but not much to see

November, 2021 by mikhaila

Rode north to south, returned via Interurban trail. Fair amount of construction (trail and riverbank) with number of detours. Trail goes via light industrial and commercial zones first, farther south it is nicer, away from major roads, goes by residential zones. Good trail, but somewhat boring so there are better choices if you are after views and nature.

Interurban Trail (North)

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October, 2021 by tristanhaije

Best Trail ever

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