Green-to-Cedar Rivers Trail


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Green-to-Cedar Rivers Trail Facts

States: Washington
Counties: King
Length: 3.75 miles
Trail end points: Route 169 & 276th St. (Maple Valley) and Cedar River Trail north of Route 169 & SE 232nd St. (Hobart)
Trail surfaces: Gravel
Trail category: Rail-Trail
ID: 6597576

Green-to-Cedar Rivers Trail Description

The Green-to-Cedar Rivers Trail is an extension of the Cedar River Trail, which heads south from Witte Road where the two trails intersect. The Green-to-Cedar Rivers Trail passes through Lake Wilderness Park on its way through the Maple Valley to SE 276th Street.

Parking and Trail Access

The trail is served by local bus routes 143, 168 and 912. Other access points include the intersection with the Cedar River Trail at Witte Road, Lake Wilderness Park (near Witte Road and SE 248th Street) and at the southern terminus at Maple Valley/Black Diamond Road and SE 276th Street.

Green-to-Cedar Rivers Trail Reviews

Nice Quiet Ride

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.

peaceful hard pack trail

It starts in a calm stand of conifers with a fairly steep 100 ft climb but is otherwise flat and smooth. The condition of the trail surface is firm enough that it can be safely ridden with a road bike (which I generally do). The crossings with major roads are through short tunnels. The sections through the neighborhoods along Lake Wilderness is quiet and the section through the park is very peaceful and provides access to a disc golf course.

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