Rainier Greenway Trail is a hiking and biking trail in Issaquah, Washington. It is 1.8 miles long and begins at 135 feet altitude. Traveling the entire trail is 2.6 miles with a total elevation gain of 0 feet. The Issaquah Visitor Information office is near the trailhead. The Issaquah Alps Trails Club Information board, the Railroad Museum museum, and the Harvey Manning Memorial and Copper Clad artworks can be seen along the trail.
Rainier Greenway Trail Professional Reviews and Guides
"Enjoy this quaint historic town’s stores and history while getting some exercise. The paved trail begins on Rainier Boulevard at Gilman Boulevard, 1 block west of Front Street. It passes the community center, the historic railroad depot, the logging railroad display, and eateries of downtown Issaquah. After crossing 2nd Avenue, it becomes a narrow, undeveloped dirt-andgravel trail that heads uphill behind the high school. At 1 mile you’ll reach a three-way intersection. The Rainier Trail drops down to the left onto Sunset Way and crosses the Sunset interchange. It then connects to the Issaquah-Preston Trail. You can also connect with the East Lakes Sammamish Trail across from the visitor information center on Gilman Boulevard/Rainier Boulevard."
--Natalie Bartley, Best Rail Trails: Pacific Northwest (Falcon Guides).
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