Explore the most popular wild flowers trails near Redmond with hand-curated trail maps and driving directions as well as detailed reviews and photos from hikers, campers and nature lovers like you.

This is my go to trail and I love it. The hills make for a great workout, the views make it peaceful. Never a lot of traffic.

Short and easy. So peaceful to take in the water views and listen to all the nature!

hiking
24 days ago

Short trail. It's interesting that you can hear the loud sound of frogs by the pond.

Walked from Puget Power trail point from behind Overlake Christian church. Walked to Redmond Watershed. After coming out of trail at 196th, I continued to PowerLine via 206th Ave NE/NE 112th St. You have to walk on a main road(NE 116th St) to get to 206th Ave.

Great well maintained trail. It's great for running or walking with friends as it is wide enough to walk side by side. You can walk as little as 2 miles in a nice loop.

Easy trail with helpful signage and plenty of parking. Very green inside though not much to see.

Decent nature walk, but the moderate rating is a bit misleading. Trails are almost roads with how wide, flat, and well maintained they are, and only a few extremely short grades of any significance.

to much traffic...people are nice though

trail running
Wednesday, August 02, 2017

The dog and I love this trail, espically always for a pit stop at the dog park :)

walking
Saturday, July 08, 2017

Marymoor Connector Trail was boring, but the part along the water was absolutely lovely and shaded. Lots of variety from fields to paved bike path to woodsy trails on the edge of the water - great time for my dog. The trail cuts through the dog off-leash area, which is great with a dog, but something to be aware of for anyone who isn't crazy about dogs. Heads up to other dog owners still working on recall - this is not the off-leash area for you! It's completely unfenced and open to the rest of the park. I had to keep my dog on-leash otherwise there was no way I would get him back. If your dog has strong recall, this would be a total treat for them - lots of woods and fields, and a good group of well-behaved large dogs.

Best part of the trail was through the bird section - open fields and shaded woods filled with birds and their associated calls. Great water views and access. Well-used but not crowded.

Monday, June 19, 2017

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

road biking
Monday, September 26, 2016

I biked along the trail - its mostly gravel and has some steep hills. Best part is Minimal traffic throughout the trail. Great workout because of the slopes .

road biking
Monday, August 15, 2016

Beautiful view of Rainier! Easy ride to connect over to east Lake Sammamish bike path, which will give you better view of lake. Well maintained.

walking
Wednesday, June 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
Sunday, June 12, 2016

Completed

walking
Wednesday, May 18, 2016

5/17/2016 (Tuesday) - This trail is well maintained, but lightly used. It features gentle ups and downs, and distant views at some points. Good for a half-day walk.

walking
Friday, January 15, 2016

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

Sunday, June 21, 2015

Great park! Especially for dogs. We come here everyday.

walking
Wednesday, April 22, 2015

This park pretty much has it all. Dog friendly, lots of space, beautiful views and easily accessible. Great place to go to get outside if you don't have time for a hike or if you just want to picnic and relax.

Sunday, March 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.

walking
Wednesday, December 31, 2014

Paved trail near the Redmond town center mall and following Bear Creek. The city of Redmond is refurbishing the grounds adjacent to the trail and along the creek, which should make for some nice open space. One downside is that this is close to Bear Creek parkway and SR520. Trail was popular with runners and cyclists when I went.

on Marymoor Park Trail

walking
Monday, May 26, 2014

The scenery is stunning. There are many types of birds to watch. My husband and I saw a few bald eagles by the lake and, when we were there in mid-May, blue herons were nesting in the trees. The dog park is huge! Parking is $1.

walking
Saturday, April 26, 2014

Not a trail but our favorite place to let our pup run free. This is an unbelievably gorgeous dog park complete with multiple fields, at least three river access points for dogs that love playing in the water and an on-leash bird watching trail. You can walk a ring around the whole dog park once or twice and feel like you did something. Totally flat so anyone can do it. It costs 1$ for the day to park. Take a picnic!

mountain biking
Sunday, September 01, 2013

Good trail but the descent down to the Sammamish River Trail can be tough especially for new riders.

mountain biking
Tuesday, July 02, 2013

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

Friday, June 14, 2013

It's not really a trail. But it is the best dog park in or around Seattle. Always busy and lots for friendly dogs, with several different kinds of settings in one dog park. Great little areas for the dogs to swim too. Great dog park.

hiking
17 days ago

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