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Snoqualmie Valley Trail


 Gravel/ dirt trail from Duvall to Rattlesnake Lake. Great rural scenery and opportunities to see wildlife (I once saw river otters.) Mostly flat, but steepest part of trail ascends 400 feet in 5 mile climb to Rattlesnake Lake. There is one short section where trail does not exist and the rider must make do with a low-traffic road.
Picture coming soon

Location: King County
City(s): Snoqualmie, Carnation, Duvall, WA
Length: 31.5 miles.  

Popularity:
 Less
Elevation: Flat, 400 ft gain NB to RS Lake
     Gain 
     Loss
 
Facilities Trail Condition  
Drinking Water:  No
Restrooms:  No
Benches:  No
Picnic Tables:  No
Surface Type:  Unpaved
Surface Quality:  4
Scenery:  8
Lighting: 0
Ratings:

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


Website: http://www.kingcounty.gov/recreation/parks/trails/regionaltrailssystem/svt.aspx
Maps:
Duvall map of trail
King County Bike Map
North Bend to Rattlesnake Topo
Rattlesnake Mountain trail map
Snoqualmie Valley Topo Map
South end to John Wayne Trail
Tolt River-John MacDonald Park
Connections:
1. Connects to John Wayne Pioneer Trail at Iron Horse State Park near Rattlesnake Lake
2. There is one discontinuity in the trail where the rider has to ride on some back roads for about a mile to connect with the other side of the trail. On the southern section of trail, there is a bridge with steps where bikes will have to be carried up.

Expansions:
1. The city of Duvall is considering expanding the trail to the north.
 

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