Trail Running Trails Near Seattle, WA
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Trail Running Trails Near Seattle, WA

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Seattle has 45 trail-running trails. These trails range from 0 to 14 miles in length. The most popular trails are Burke–Gilman Trail, Fort Steilacoom Park 5K Loop and Discovery Park. Trails.com member Alejandro C. recently completed 4.5-Mile Loop . See all Seattle trails.
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Many seasoned trail runners go to Discovery Park for its convenience and beauty. With ...
Seattle’s popular Burke–Gilman Trail invites you on a tour of funky Fremont, Lake Union ...
This route starts on the Loop Trail, includes the South Beach and North Beach Trails, ...
The signage at the run’s entry point indicates the Spine Trail. Follow this singletrack ...
This pathway and the connected Elliott Bay Trail provide a scenic tour of the downtown ...
What is so enjoyable about this area is the variety of options offered by the 8 miles ...
Start on the Heritage Trail, just steps from the interpretive kiosk and the Winters House ...
After a short run down to the parking lot on the Raven Beach Trail, cross the parking ...
Start in the grassy meadow by the pavilion, and head east toward the barns. Cross the ...
This route enables you to fully experience the park’s trails by including flat sections ...
Begin by following the lollipop loop to Rosario Point past a totem pole, then return to ...
Head north (right) at the trail sign and run a clockwise route, starting on a wide crushed ...
Turn left on the pathway and continue slightly uphill toward an open meadow. To the right ...
Follow the road in a clockwise direction. For a softer surface, take the singletrack pathway ...
Start on an uphill to enjoy the trails on the north side of the park, aptly named the ...
The relatively smooth running surface has steps at various intervals on climbs and/or ...
Mostly singletrack, with a few short sections of steps on the South Ridge and North Trails ...
Discovery Park is a 534-acre natural area operated by Seattle Parks and Recreation. At ...
28th Avenue South is a hiking trail in Seattle, Washington. It is 140 feet long and begins ...
Chief Sealth Trail is a hiking and biking trail in Seattle, Washington. It is 4.3 miles ...
SoDo Trail is a hiking and biking trail in Seattle, Washington. It is a mile long and ...
Fairview Walkway is a hiking trail in Seattle, Washington. It is 426 feet long and begins ...
25th Avenue South is a hiking trail in Seattle, Washington. It is 174 feet long and begins ...
Trail of Vines is a hiking trail in Seattle, Washington. It is 0.1 miles long and begins ...
Evanston Avenue North is a hiking trail in Seattle, Washington. It is 39 feet long and ...
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