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Spectacular Places to Cycle in Washington State

Picture of Jacklyn Grambush
Updated: 16 October 2017
With the stunning surrounding nature and tireless efforts towards environmental sustainability, it is no wonder that Washington State has been voted the most bicycle-friendly state for seven years in a row by The League of American Bicyclists. Discover the most excellent areas—outside the city of Seattle—to do just that.

Sammamish River Trail

This 10.9-mile (17.54-kilometer) trail is open to bicyclists, skaters, and pedestrians, with limited equestrian availability. The entire route, which follows the Sammamish River, is paved. The trail connects the Burke-Gilman Trail at Blythe Park in Bothell to the East Lake Sammamish Trail in Redmond at Marymoor Park. With stunning views of the Cascade foothills and Mt. Rainier, the trail is used recreationally as well as for a non-motorized course connecting commuters between Seattle and suburban areas.

Sammamish River Trail