Burnt Bridge Creek Trail is a 15.6 mile heavily trafficked out and back trail located near Vancouver, Washington that features a river and is rated as moderate. The trail offers a number of activity options and is accessible year-round. Dogs are also able to use this trail but must be kept on leash.
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From the trail's official website: "This hard-surfaced, shared-use trail offers excellent opportunities for walking, biking, jogging, commuting and viewing the Burnt Bridge Creek Greenway. The trail passes through a variety of landscapes, including open grasslands and heavily wooded areas. Most of this trail is flat with the exception of steep slopes at the Bernie Road trailhead and approaching the I-5 crossing. The trail begins (or ends) at Stewart's Glen in Fruit Valley and crosses over I-5 to Leverich Park and Arnold Park. It extends all the way to NE 90th Avenue and Burton Road. Trailheads with off-street parking and other amenities are located at the end of NW Bernie Drive and NW Fruit Valley Road in Northwest Vancouver, in Leverich Park, off of Devine Road south of NE 18th Street and off of Andersen Road south of NE 18th Street. Sections of the Burnt Bridge Creek Trail - from NW Bernie to State Highway 500 and from Fourth Plain Boulevard to Devine Road - overlap with the Discovery Trail."
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