Snoqualmie Valley Trail and Snoqualmie Valley Trail Extension is a 18.6 mile moderately trafficked point-to-point trail located near Duvall, Washington that features a waterfall and is rated as moderate. The trail offers a number of activity options and is accessible year-round. Dogs and horses are also able to use this trail.
Converted railway now used by hikers, bikers, walkers and horse riders. Snoqualmie valley trail is a converted rail to trail route through the Snoqualmie valley from Duvall to the Iron Horse trailhead in North Bend.
Easy to walk, beautiful scenery, great for the dog.
Trail is open! Rode from Duvall to just south of Carnation. Flat all the way and low traffic especially outside of Duvall on a Sunday late morning. Also good for walks, dogs, and running.
The work done on the trail has definitely improved it, with the only downside being the fresh gravel in the Duvall section is not compacted yet so there is some bog for bikes and trail running.
Completely flat and varied scenery in some parts.
A broad, crushed-rock strewn trail with a gentle slope up from Duval to Rattlesnake Lake the Sno Valley trail offers a gentle ride for most bikers, with the opportunity for some serious single track action at Tokul creek. On sunny days the trail provides distant views of the Snoqulamie Valley, Tokul Creek and the Snoqualmie River.
I loved hiking here. The water from the falls makes the trees very mossy. And the falls are so pretty if you go there! Make sure to bring something water resistant :)
Nice wide rail to trail route through the Snoqualmie valley from Duvall to the Iron Horse trailhead in North Bend. This trail is popular for horse riders, mountain bikers and trail runners. There are some nice views as you climb out of the valley toward between Carnation and Fall City, and then into Snoqualmie.
One downside of this trail is that you have to detour from the trail, up some stairs, along paved roadways, and then up some more stairs to continue the trail a mile or so away.