TOP 5 EASIEST BIKE TRAILS IN REDMOND WA

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With its natural beauty and well-maintained trails, cycling-friendly Redmond has something for every rider. There are leisurely trails and more challenging trails. This blog answers the question: “What’s the best easy bike trail in Redmond?” You’ll find Redmond’s bike trails are for riders of all skill levels.

Here’s the list: the five best road biking trails as rated by AllTrails, a web and mobile platform that helps cyclists, walkers, and hikers find great trails with over 50,000 trails and trail maps:

#1 SAMMAMISH RIVER TRAIL

Bike trail in a park

Source: AllTrails

Address:
7434 159th Pl NE
Redmond, WA 98052

Directions:
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The Sammamish River Trail is an 18.8-mile bike trail in Redmond. With a river and activities, Sammamish is a great trail whether you’re a beginner or advanced rider.

The trail was converted from a rail route and runs from Redmond to Kenmore, an eastern suburb of Seattle. The trail is shared with others, so be aware of rollerbladers. The speed limit is 15 MPH. It’s easy to see why Sammamish River Trail is one of the best easy bike trails in Redmond.

#2 MARYMOOR PARK TRAIL

Bridge bike trail In the middle of a forest

Source: AllTrails

Address:
7153 West Lake Sammamish Pkwy NE
Redmond, WA 98052

Directions:
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Moderately trafficked, the Marymoor Park Loop Trail is less busy than some of the other trails. Featuring a lake (and lots of activities), the ride is 6.4 miles and appropriate for all skill levels.

#3 EAST LAKE SAMMAMISH TRAIL

Lake covered in mist with a cloudy sky above

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Address:
NE 70th St. at SR 202
Redmond, WA 98074

Directions:
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The East Lake Sammamish Trail is a 10.1-mile moderately-trafficked point-to-point trail near Redmond. The trail offers stunning peek-a-boo views; it’s also flat, rarely busy on weekdays, and well-maintained, making it easy for all skill levels. Cyclists love that the trail is broad and expertly maintained. There’s also plenty of activities, including a string of small beaches where you can swim.

#4 REDMOND CENTRAL CONNECTOR TRAIL

Lake covered with lily pads and a cloudy sky above

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Address:
7448-7498 170th Ave NE
Redmond, WA 98052

Directions:
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The Bear Creek Trail is a short (2 miles), well-paved connector trail that runs right through the heart of Redmond. A cycling hub, the trail connects road bikers to 520 trails and Bear Creek. Flat and well-maintained, the Redmond Central Connector Trail is great for kids and adults of all skill levels.

#5 BEAR CREEK TRAIL

Bike trail with two people in the background and a sign with a blue roof

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Address:
7440 159th Pl NE
Redmond, WA 98052

Directions:
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Bear Creek Trail is a 2.9-mile urban trail running along Bear Creek that originates downtown, next to the Redmond Town Center Mall. It’s a perfect trail for beginners, yet appropriate for all skill levels. It also connects to the Sammamish River Trail. The only negative about this trails is that it’s close to both the Bear Creek Parkway and SR-520. It’s a multi-use trail that attracts cyclists and runners.

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