Soaring Eagle Park Trail is a 5 mile lightly trafficked loop trail located near Sammamish, Washington that features a great forest setting 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.
From Seattle, E on I-90 for 13 miles. Take the exit 15 toward Lake Sammamish State Park. Turn LEFT onto 17th ave NW and continue for 0.9 miles (road will become NW Sammamish RD and then SE 56th St.) Turn LEFT onto E Lake Sammamish Pkwy SE and travel 1.2 miles. Turn RIGHT onto SE 43RD WAY, go 1.0 mile. SE 43RD WAY becomes 228TH AVE SE. After 2.3 miles turn RIGHT onto SE 8th ST and travel 1.4 miles (SE 8th ST becomes 244TH AVE SE.) Turn right onto E Main DR and end at parking area and the end of the road.
good trails. would have been awesome to bike. was a little narrow for our Bob stroller ( but the terrain was fine)
was an easy, little elevation hike with some gnarl (lots of roots) and rocks.
Nice park for running. You can loop around and criss cross as much or little as you like to make just the right distance.
We'll be back to try more of the trails in this park. Well maintained.
good if you want to go for a long, or flat walk in the woods... not too many vistas of the surrounding landscape like some other local more mountainous trails.
Very beautiful and great run!
Well maintained and good signage. Encountered quite a bit of horse manure on the trails.
Just finished a 50k on this trail. Great trail! It wasn't too tough elevation-wise, but it was technical enough to keep it interesting and fun!
Great hike, easy for beginners, well marked trails.....really enjoyed this place.
Great running trail or mountain biking relatively all flat but lots of good trails to go on favorite running area been mountain biking a few times there as we'll not really a home just trails threw woods but all and all a cool place to go see some people not many as there are a lot of trails great for kids nice and easy
It has a trail system, all trials are marked clearly, which is always good. A little muddy but that won't stop a true PN Westerner. Dog friendly, lots of parking, no real views just kind of a walk through the woods. Great area to spend a couple hours when you have the time.