Snolqualmie Valley Trail

MODERATE 8 reviews

Snolqualmie Valley Trail is a 31.1 mile moderately trafficked point-to-point trail located near North Bend, Washington that features a lake and is rated as moderate. The trail offers a number of activity options and is best used from April until October. Dogs are also able to use this trail but must be kept on leash.

Distance: 31.1 miles Elevation Gain: 479 feet Route Type: Point to Point

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mountain biking

nature trips

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lake

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walking
6 months ago

Finding the trailhead was a bit difficult. The directions on this app take you to Rattlesnake Ledge parking lot. You have to go across the street to start the trail. Also the true length of the trail is 8 miles one way. As for the trail itself it was beautiful and there were plenty of streams along the way. There are a lot of bikers that use the trail just so you know.

hiking
Tue Nov 29 2016

The SVT is a 32 mile (for the most part) gravel trail that'll take you from Duvall all the way to Snoqualmie (if you want to go that far). I hiked this entire trail but it took me about a year to do it. Every weekend or so I'd hike a few miles, turn around and head back to my vehicle. The following weekend, I'd enter the SVT where I left off. So on and so forth. A lot of people bike it, or run it. I chose to take a year to complete it. It'll take you through vast farm fields, small towns and swamp/marsh lands. It'll take you through dense forest where you can listen to song birds and watch squirrels run around tree branches. You'll cross over several foot bridges (some with snakes underneath them) and depending on the weather, you'll have a nice hike or be drenched from the rain. Spring and fall are the best times (in my opinion) to hike this monster of a trail. The wild flowers and spring foliage are really impressive while the fall colors really take your breath away. Enjoy your time on the trail. Make sure you keep your dogs on a leash and pick up after them. I've seen a lot of dog poop bags get left behind because people are too lazy to haul them out.

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mountain biking
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