Raven and Coyote Trail Loop is a 5.5 mile moderately trafficked loop trail located near Kirkland, Washington that features a great forest setting and is good for all skill levels. The trail is primarily used for walking and running and is accessible year-round. Dogs are also able to use this trail but must be kept on leash.

Length5.5 miElevation gain242 ftRoute typeLoop
Dogs on leashKid friendlyWalkingrunningForestViews
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Mountain biking within the park is strictly prohibited for safety reasons.

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Paula Deboo
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Hiking

A bit muddy but well maintained and lots of small paths to explore. You need a discovery pass so please make sure you have one and display it!

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Alexander Collins
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Hiking

A bIt muddy but not too bad given the weather. Lots of trails so bring a map/phone. Only a few people out there - good choice for a quick or longer walk.

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Chelsea Bloomberg
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Angela W
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Hiking

Super muddy! Great loops though. Avoided the section that had warning of owl swooping.

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Dean Mahaffey
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Hiking

It was perfect besides the roaring of the traffic you hear.

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Tim Mather
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Whose woods these are I think I know. The trails are covered with horse poop though. My little Brooks must think it's queer to step about and squish and smear. The trails are lovely dark and deep. But there is no signage as I creep. So I'll have miles to go before I sleep. Miles to go before I sleep.

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Blaine Cluskey
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Hiking

Little muddy; not crowded.

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Newby Hiker In WA
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Dee Crouch
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JoAnn Stein
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Wei Shao
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Rahul A
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Ryan Herrett
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WalkingGreat!

Excellent trail, moderate traffic. Very limited signage, but in some ways that helps keep the trail looking natural.

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Karthik Mitta
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HikingGreat!

It was good apart from some horse poop

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Jennifer Detrick
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Ann Cutler
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WalkingGreat!
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Tom Kelly
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Kristen Szogas
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Kristen Szogas
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Running

Less mud this time around. My favorite trail run so far!

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Daisy Velazquez Ramirez
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Hiking

Stroller friendly

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Alyse Young
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Hiking

Fun for a walk or a run. Beware of the horse poop and some mud, I almost slipped a couple of times! Ha!

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Kristin McLeod
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Mikel/Katie Borgaard/McGinnis
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Nice wide main trail with lots of criss cross trails throughout the area which are not as wide. A little muddy in places, but consider the time of year. Some elevation gains, but nothing too down right draining. If you want to stay on the main trail you will need GPS as many side trails going in all directions and is not marked that well. You can't get lost in here, but you might spend extra time and mileage.

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Matt Lewis
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Hiking

Fun, scenic, interesting and easy.... Very muddy and lots of horse poop. “Why is it ok for horses to leave poo on trail, but not dogs?” - my 10 year old asked... Good question, but a cool family hike.

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Katya K
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Need Discover Pass. Super easy hike, kid friendly but not stroller friendly. Watch out for horse poop. Mainly shaded but there are some spots in full sun. Make sure to take a photo of the map and take the trail clockwise to easily see markers - there are many side trails so it is easy to get mixed up but just use the gps on your phone if you get turned around. Completed Coyote and part of the 3 leaf one in about 1.5 hours. Bathrooms are near the parking by the horse rings.

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Mark Silver
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Hiking

I don't know why it says the trail is closed because there were no signs and a good amount of people using the trail. I would rate this trail a three and a half out of five because a good chunk of it you can hear the highway noise. if not for the highway noise I would easily give it a four plus. it's a really easy trail, flat almost the whole way. Beautiful super tall evergreens. it was a very dry trail with plenty of horse poop.

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Matt Lasley
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Hiking

Trail is more suitable for horses as the park’s namesake suggests. As a hiker’s trail it’s rather underwhelming. Aside from the wildflowers flanking the trails, it’s just kind of... meh. Mud as previously reported has dried.

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Kristen Szogas
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Running

A bit muddy but totally doable with good shoes. Went on a few detours because gps was crappy and I was running, so I did a bit extra.

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Jerrod Jackson
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Hiking

Great trail. Relaxing with some up and down.

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