Centennial Trail is a 18.6 mile heavily trafficked point-to-point trail located near Snohomish, WA. The trail is good for all skill levels and primarily used for hiking, walking, and road biking.
We bike on this trail several times and we love it!
Wonderful place to get your 10,000 steps!
Great for a traffic free ride.
Super flat and great for kids on bikes or blades
This is a great trail for walking, blading and cycling.
Just a great trail for exercise, and has lots of beautiful things to see nature wise.
Excellent trail for cycling!
Great we are lucky to have this trail.
It's paved, so extremely flat and easy to walk. I've taken my dog with me and he loved it. A lot of people use this trail for bicycling, so make sure you stay to the right-hand side!
Awesome trail! Just be careful of the bicyclists. Too often they think they should be the only ones on the trail. Otherwise, we loved it.
I LOVE Centennial Trail! I go every week to bike the full 48 miles. Plenty of people cycling, skating, running, and walking. The park is nice too. My son loves it.
saw bear skat on the trail just north of stanwood -bryant road yesterday so keep your eyes peeled, cyclists reported seeing bear north of us. great trail especially when you have children!
Nice flat long trail - pets and horse friendly - walk, run, stroll, bike or skate all welcome -