Snoqualmie Valley Trail

A crushed rock surface trail on an old railroad bed with a slight grade that runs nearly 32 miles from Duvall to Rattlesnake Lake. With many entry and exit points along the way you can make this a short, medium or long hike. It's part of the King County Regional Trails System and takes you past working farms in a beautiful agricultural valley.

On the Trail

There are many sites and points of interest to explore and enjoy along this trail.  Be sure your trip includes one of them!

  • Snoqualmie Falls
  • Tolt-MacDonald Park
  • Meadowbrook Farm
  • Three Forks Natural Area
  • Stillwater Natural Area
  • Griffin Creek Natural Area
  • Tokul Trestle
  • Cedar River Watershed Education Center at Rattlesnake Lake
  • John Wayne Pioneer Trail in Iron Horse State Park
  • Difficulty: Easy
  • Length: 32.0 mi
  • Land Manager: Snoqualmie Valley Trail
  • Parking Permit Required: None
  • Recommended Party Size: 12
  • Maximum Party Size: 12
Map
  • Regional Trails in King County
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Titles

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  • Snoqualmie Falls
  • Tolt-MacDonald Park
  • Meadowbrook Farm
  • Three Forks Natural Area
  • Stillwater Natural Area
  • Griffin Creek Natural Area
  • Tokul Trestle
  • Cedar River Watershed Education Center at Rattlesnake Lake
  • John Wayne Pioneer Trail in Iron Horse State Park
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