Bridle Trails State Park, a 482-acre day-use park, is well-known for its horse trails and equestrian shows. The forested park is on the northeast edge of the Seattle metropolitan area.

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2 months ago

Very easy and beautiful trees. Not very trafficked early morning.

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2 months ago

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2 months ago

10/3/2017 (Tuesday) -- In the Bridle Trails State Park, one may hike a loop without exactly following any of the three named ones. This is one of my self-designed loops. If it's not too hot and the trails inside the woods are too wet. The power-line trail is an ideal one for walking and running.

hiking
2 months ago

10/3/2017 (Tuesday) -- The shortest of the three named and marked trailed in the Bridle Trails State Park on the most northwest outer corner. There is a steep and narrow section on the northern side of the loop.

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2 months ago

10/3/2017 (Tuesday) -- This is the second longest loop of the three named and marked loops in the Bridle Trails State Park, about 1.6 miles. Signs at the forks and crisscrosses are all clearly marked to follow. Along the route, there are several educational boards giving knowledge about trees and forests.

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4 months ago

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4 months ago

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4 months ago

This was a super easy trail, very flat with only a couple easy hills. Horses use the trail so be prepared for lots of horse poop. This would be a great trail for biking or trail running. The trail is really well labeled so you don't get lost.

hiking
4 months ago

hiking
4 months ago

Great hike, but a lot of horse poo-poo required us to always keep our eyes on the ground.

Loved it!

walking
4 months ago

07/21 - Nice little walk. Surprisingly quiet for how close it is to 405. Will probably be back to do the Coyote Loop.

hiking
4 months ago