Rails To Trails: Washington & Oregon
by Mia Barbera (The Globe Pequot Press)
© Mia Barbera/The Globe Pequot Press. All Rights Reserved.
All 17+ miles of this trail is now paved from Snohomish to Arlington. Nice easy trail with only one section that was slightly uphill just as you leave the Arlington end trail head. Otherwise its flat and smooth.
I have road this entire 17.5 trail with my horse and parts of it on my bike, it is an excellent trail for both. The north end of it is quiet and peaceful and you can feel like you miles away from any city, while the south end is used more and its always fun to greet people doing what your doing.
The Snohomish County Centennial Trail now extends 17.5 miles from the City of Snohomish to approximately 1.2 miles south of the City of Arlington. There is a 10-foot wide paved multipurpose trail and a parallel 6-foot wide natural surface equestrian trail. There are trailheads at Three Lakes, Machias, 20th St. in Lake Stevens, SR 92, Getchell and on 67th NE just north of 152nd. There is a wonderful small park on Lake Cassidy with a pier. It can only be accessed from the trail. The surface is good, the users friendly and enthusiastic. A great experience on foot,on a bike or a horse.
The trail is now paved from Snohomish to about one mile south of Edgecomb near Arlington. Pavement six feet wide with an equistrian trail alongside.
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