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215
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0 - 39 mi
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50
Walking
45
Trail Running
162
Other activities
Seattle has 215 trails in the vicinity, including 50 for walking, 45 for trail running and 162 for other activities. These trails range from 0 to 39.1 miles in length. The longest trail in Seattle is North Lake Washington Loop a well-known trail measuring 39.1 miles in total length. The most popular trails are Discovery Park and Beach, Seward Park and Discovery Park. Trails.com member Lindsey P. recently completed Magnolia and Discovery Park.
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Discovery Park is an urban wilderness with more than 150 species of wildlife in its woods ...
The route offers more than 25 miles of delightful bicycling separated from motor-vehicle ...
Seattle’s popular Burke–Gilman Trail invites you on a tour of funky Fremont, Lake Union ...
Occupying a prominent point between Shilshole and Elliott bays, this former military installation ...
Like a number of the region’s ?at, broad, off-road paved trails, the “B-G” was originally ...
This short tour skirts the edges of hilly Magnolia and stops for a visit at the ship canal ...
The signage at the run’s entry point indicates the Spine Trail. Follow this singletrack ...
The Space Needle was considered innovative architecture when it was built for Seattle’s ...
The Chilly Hilly ride, held the last weekend in February, is traditionally the first major ...
Shipyards with naval frigates or an Alaska ferry in dry dock create an engaging scene, ...
Many seasoned trail runners go to Discovery Park for its convenience and beauty. With ...
The loop trail around the peninsula is bordered on one side by old-growth forest and on ...
This pathway and the connected Elliott Bay Trail provide a scenic tour of the downtown ...
One of the great markets of the world, Pike Place Market is just a long grapefruit toss ...
The Duwamish River and the waterway at its mouth provide a unique paddling experience, ...
The Duwamish River was once a curvy, slow-moving, flood-prone river providing water access ...
The origins of Lake Union go back 12,000 years. The lake was carved by the Vashon glacier, ...
Tame to wild in under 30 minutes—that’s the time frame for traveling by mountain bike ...
The Washington Park Arboretum means a lot of things to a lot of different people. Thousands ...
The destination on this 35-minute cruise is the tourist-friendly community of Winslow. ...
If you’d like a crash course in Seattle’s natural history, Seward Park is an outdoor classroom ...
On this walk, you will cross the locks, travel through Fisherman’s Terminal, and then ...
Edmonds is a well-loved Seattle suburb because of its homey downtown, wonderful views ...
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