Sammamish River Trail

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Trail passing under Interstate 405
Route of Sammamish River Trail (orange) and some connecting trails.

The Sammamish River Trail is a 10.1-mile (16.3 km) bike path and recreational trail in King County, Washington that runs along the Sammamish River from Blythe Park in Bothell to Marymoor Park in Redmond as part of the “Locks to Lakes Corridor.” It connects to the Burke-Gilman Trail at its north western end, and to the Redmond Central Connector at its south eastern end.[1]

The trail is paved for bicycle, inline-skate and pedestrian use and is paralleled for most of its length by an unpaved equestrian trail. It passes near the Chateau Ste. Michelle, Columbia and Silver Lake wineries in Woodinville, as well as the former site of the Redhook Ale brewery, which is now leased by DeLille Cellars, Sparkman Cellars and Teatro ZinZanni [2] [3].

The trail has a very slight grade for its entire length.

Other trails connecting with the Sammamish River Trail include the Burke-Gilman Trail, Redmond Central Connector, East Lake Sammamish Trail, Tolt Pipeline Trail and Puget Power trail.


  1. ^ "Sammamish River Trail".
  2. ^ "Delille Cellars and Sparkman Cellars are moving all Woodinville operations to the former home of the Redhook brewery". Eater.
  3. ^ "Two Woodinville wineries to join Teatro ZinZanni in the former Redhook Brewery". Puget Sound Business Journal.

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Coordinates: 47°45′9.73″N 122°12′34.74″W / 47.7527028°N 122.2096500°W / 47.7527028; -122.2096500