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This paved trail sits on the north side of Snoqualmie Parkway, beginning at Railroad Avenue/ SR 202 and continuing for over three miles a dead-end at 96th Street. The trail travels through the scenic Snoqualmie Ridge community, with the Cascades rising in the background. It provides access to shopping, schools and residential neighborhoods located on both sides of the parkway. Fisher Creek Park, on the south side of the parkway, has a range of amenities to delight the kiddos including a zip-line, a rock-climbing wall, a spider ball and eight slides on their playground. The park also boasts a full-size basketball court and bike park, as well as picnic facilities and open lawns.
The Snoqualmie Parkway Trail (also known as the Snoqualmie Ridge Trail) has an asphalt surface and inclines downhill from Railroad Avenue/ SR 202. At Railroad Avenue, the trail meets the Centennial Trail, which parallels railroad tracks for a half-mile into downtown Snoqualmie.
You can park at Fisher Park (7805 Fisher Avenue SE Snoqualmie, WA) and cross the north side of the parkway to the trail.
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