Sammamish River Trail is a 18.9 mile heavily trafficked out and back trail located near Redmond, Washington that features a river and is good for all skill levels. 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.
dogs on leash
This is a converted rail-trail from Redmond to Kenmore in the east suburbs of Seattle, and is popular with cyclists.
Nice bicycle ride
the trail is paved and not natural at all. we didn't care for it
Simple, well maintained, nice
Generally well maintained. We measured more than 7 mi all on.hard surface , mostly asphalt. The views are generally pleasant to beautiful. The trains name might have changed when we entered Redmoumd
This is not moderate!! It's easy no question whole path I paved if your not used to getting exercise might be moderate but this is a running/ bike trail not a hike at all can get very busy on weekends and sunny days!!
Beautiful trail for biking. Visit the Red Hook brewery for a fun tour.
Nice and relaxing this morning. Really easy, Sunday morning walk. Can be as long or as short as you'd like. Only annoying thing is the cyclists. Some are more respectful than others.
Great walk. East, flat and well maintained.
Great relaxing bike trail!
Great trail! I usually connect with this trail from Burke-Gilman in Bothell then ride it to Whole Foods, grab a snack and head back.
The only issue with this trail is some riders do not warn when passing, be careful! This trail can move fast.
Great scenery, close to local food if you like and plenty of places to break if needed.
Busy, but easily accessible trail in Redmond. This trail links to the East Sammamish trail at the south end and to the Burke Gilman trail in Kenmore, making it useful for bike commuters.
peaceful trail to ride it was a bit congested in spots. lots of great scenery of the area some call wine country.
Great for roller blading. Benches and bathrooms along the trail as well. Follows the river the entire way, so sometimes you may run into bugs. Also, multiple parking areas so you can start any where along the trail.
Super easy trail, whether you're biking, walking, running... Great for kids! We typically did the portion between Kenmore and Woodinville, as that's all my then 8yo could muster, but we always had fun. Well maintained and eventually we'd like to try and get from Woodinville to the "end" of the trail down at Marymoor!
Rollerblading is great here-even if you have a stroller or are a beginner!