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Marymoor Connector Trail


 When I first heard about this trail, I assumed it was just an expansion on the existing narrow park trail that's been there for over 10 years. Imagine my surprise to find a nice wide Class I bicycle trail! It connects to the Sammamish River Trail at its southern end and meanders through Marymoor Park, paralleling the main road and finally crossing it to pass by the model airplane field on its way to a junction with the East Lake Sammamish Trail. On its eastern end, the trail winds through wetlands adjacent to Lake Sammamish.
Trail winds through Marymoor Park, connecting Sammamish River Trail and East Lake Sammamish Trail.

Location: King County
City(s): Redmond, WA
Length: 1.3 miles.  

Popularity:
 Popular
Elevation: 
     Gain  0
     Loss
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Facilities Trail Condition  
Drinking Water:  Yes
Restrooms:  Yes
Benches:  Yes
Picnic Tables:  Yes
Surface Type:  Paved
Surface Quality:  10
Scenery:  7
Lighting: 0
Ratings:

0 = none/ the worst
5 = average
10 = excellent


Website: http://www.kingcounty.gov/recreation/parks/trails/regionaltrailssystem/marymoorconnectortrail.aspx
Maps:
King County Bike Map
Connections:
1. Connects to Sammamish River Trail at western entrance of Marymoor Park
2. Connects to East Lake Sammamish River Trail just south of Marymoor Storage on East Lake Sammamish Parkway

Directions: The western trailhead starts at the main entrance to Marymoor Park. The eastern trailhead begins just south of Marymoor Storage on East Lake Sammamish Parkway, and branches off the East Lake Sammamish Trail.


Photo Gallery


Stay right to keep on the trail; left to tennis courts.


There are a few driveway crossings. Watch for cars!


Fences line the path.


Soccer fields are to the left; the velodrome is just visible in the center.


Practice your climbing skills on this climbing rock.


The trail crosses the main park road near the model airplane field.


Eastern end of the trail winds its way through a wetland.


The eastern end of the trail connects with the East Lake Sammamish Trail.

 

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