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East Lake Sammamish Trail

EASY 49 reviews

East Lake Sammamish Trail is a 10.1 mile moderately trafficked point-to-point trail located near Redmond, Washington that features a lake 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.

Distance: 10.1 miles Elevation Gain: 111 feet Route Type: Point to Point

dogs on leash

kid friendly

hiking

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road biking

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bird watching

running

beach

lake

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wild flowers

wildlife

Parking is free.

walking
7 months ago

easy lake view hike

running
11 months ago

Trail is mostly cement with about 3 miles or so of gravel. Gravel on the side of the trail too. Great view of the lake from the trail.

road biking
Sun Sep 02 2018

Mostly gravel trail. Construction has closed part of the trail at Louis Thompson road. But you can take the road for that little stretch.

Tue Sep 05 2017

to much traffic...people are nice though

Mon Jun 19 2017

It is under construction and closed. However for A good burn the Issaquah Preston trail has a long difficult hill.

walking
Wed Jun 15 2016

6/14/2016 (Tuesday) - Trail is perfectly and completely paved, broad, good lake view. Not many users on weekdays. Sammamish Landing (about 1.6 miles from Marymoor trailhead) has a string of tiny-sized beaches for touching water or swimming (no life guard). There are picnic tables with cover, but no parking place. There are private property (houses and beaches) and facilities between the trail for public use and the lake, so trail users may not be able to see the best lake view in some sections.

walking
Fri Jan 15 2016

Easy, flat, nice views. Well maintained and paved.

Sun Mar 08 2015

Beautiful peek-a-boo views, even better when reconstruction work is done, right now part of the trail is shared with the road. Did this trail as a half-marathon between Marymoor Park Redmond and Lake Samm Park in Issaquah. You pass between road and houses--no access to lake at this time due to trail repair.

mountain biking
Tue Jul 02 2013

Look out for black bears bathing in pond by path. Close to Siemens.

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running
2 months ago

road biking
2 months ago

recorded Recording - Sep 26, 6:18 PM

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