Snoqualmie has approximately 30 miles of trails throughout the community for walking and biking. Horseback riding is allowed on some trails on Snoqualmie Ridge.
Maps will be sent upon request to email@example.com or 425-888-1555.
(This list is not inclusive of all trails in Snoqualmie. The significant soft surface trail system on Snoqualmie Ridge links many neighborhoods and open spaces. Please refer to the Snoqualmie Parks & Trails Map.)
Fisher Creek Trail
Length: Approximately ¾ mile
Fisher Creek Trail begins at Fisher Creek Park at Fisher Avenue and Snoqualmie Parkway and continues west to the start of the Business Loop Trail.
Business Loop Trail
Length: Approximately 1 ¼ miles
Business Loop Trail borders the Snoqualmie Ridge Business Park to the southwest of Snoqualmie Parkway. From the Fisher Creek Trail, it continues to the south and ends at the intersection of SE Douglas Street and Snoqualmie Parkway by the Snoqualmie Police Department.
Silent Creek Trail
Length: Approximately 1 mile
Silent Creek Trail begins at the intersection of SE Douglas Street and Snoqualmie Parkway (across the Snoqualmie Parkway from the Police Department) and continues north behind the Osprey Court, Steller and Cottonwood neighborhoods, ending at Azalea Park near the intersection of Carmichael Street SE and Douglas Ave SE. Curtis Park, with a gazebo and barbecue, is also situated on the Silent Creek Trail.
Deep Creek Trail
Length: Approximately 2 miles
Deep Creek Trail begins at the intersection of Carmichael Street SE and Douglas Ave SE Azalea Park and continues north and west to Whitaker Park.
Whitaker Park Trail
Length: Approximately ½ mile
Whitaker Park Trail begins at Whitaker Park and continues south between the Crestview and Bandera neighborhoods, ending at Eagle Lake Drive. Whitaker Park also offers a connection to the Snoqualmie Valley Trail.
Length: Approximately ¾ mile
This trail begins at Centennial Fields Park, continues through the park and east to the Mt. Si Golf Course. The City of Snoqualmie is currently working with the City of North Bend to connect the trail between the two cities at the Meadowbrook Farm Interpretive Center.
Length: ½ mile
This ½-mile paved trail parallels the railroad tracks and SR 202 in historic downtown Snoqualmie. The trail ends at the intersection of SR 202 and Snoqualmie Parkway.
Deer Park Trail
Length: Approximately 3 ¼ miles
The Deer Park soft surface trail begins at SE Swenson Drive between SE Leitz Street and McIntosh Court or on Swing Avenue between SE Jacobia Street and SE Swenson Drive in the Deer Park neighborhood. The trail is very near Swenson Park and Jacobia Park.
Snoqualmie Parkway Trail
Length: Approximately 4 miles
This paved trail parallels both sides of the Snoqualmie Parkway from the beginning of the street to its intersection to SR 202 in historic downtown Snoqualmie.