Intro to Frontcountry Trail Running

Field trip: Introduction to Trail Running: Frontcountry

Intro to Frontcountry Trail Running - Bridle Trails State Park

Learn and practice trail running skills at a local frontcountry trail.

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  • Easy
  • For Beginners (Getting Started Series)
  • Mileage: 2.0 mi

6:30 pm at the main parking lot at 5300 116th Ave NW, Kirkland, WA 98033. A restroom is located near this parking lot by the horse corrals.

Horses and dogs are allowed on these trails. Please check with course leaders before bringing your own pets.

A Discover Pass is required for parking at Bridle Trails state park.

This session's topic is: Etiquette of trail running & sharing the trail.


Bridle Trails State Park

Required Equipment

Required Equipment

Please wear layers of breathable, technical clothing suitable for outdoor aerobic activities.

  • Waterproof jacket, hat, buff, gloves, sunglasses, gaiters are recommended.
  • Trail running shoes
  • optional: small day pack 
  • optional: bring snacks and water (to leave in your car)
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