Chehalis Western Trail

Thurston County, Washington

Distance21.2mi
Elevation Gain470ft
Trailhead Elevation205ft
Top347ft
Elevation Min/Max205/347ft
Elevation Start/End205/205ft

Chehalis Western Trail

Chehalis Western Trail is a hiking, biking, and horse trail in Thurston County, Washington. It is 21.2 miles long and begins at 205 feet altitude. The South Bay Road Trailhead, Fir Tree Road Trailhead, Waldrick Road Trailhead, Yelm Highway, Olympia Woodland Trail, Yelm Highway, 26th Avenue Trailhead, and Martin Way information guideposts and Rotary Trail Viewpoint and another viewpoint can be seen along the trail. There are also sands, grass, parkings, benches, and a water along the trail. The trail ends near the I 5, Chehalis-Western Trail, and Chehalis Western Trail information guideposts. This trail connects with the following: Yelm-Tenino Trail.

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"The Olympia area has much to offer touring cyclists. The small city and navigable suburbs are surrounded by tremendous natural beauty, from the Capitol Forest to the inlets of south Puget Sound to the foothills of Mount Rainier.

If such a description makes you want to relocate there, use your bike to scout the area for suitable homes. You’ll ?nd quiet roads to meander, plenty of rest stops, and striped-and-signed bike lanes on the busier roads, which greatly aid the bike commuter."

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Trail Information

Thurston County
Nearby City
Kid-friendly
Accessibility
Easy
Skill Level

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Nov 2018