Bicycle route maps — Washington

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(This is seriously in need of an update, as many of the governmental agencies have changed their website links. While I go through the updating, please check  a list from the Bicycle Alliance of Washington that is more up-to-date.

Index of Washington Trails:

Bike paths and trails in Washington… maps of important trails, circa 2004

Maps for local bicycle paths and pedestrian accessible trails, circa 2009

The Seattle Bicycle Touring Club website hosts an online library with biking maps and cue sheets for more than 100 bicycle rides in Washington, primarily the Puget Sound area

Interactive NW Bicycle map created by Microsoft… incorporates bike routes from various counties onto one map

Seattle International Randonneurs Permanents — more than 100 maps of 100 kilometers and more

Seattle/King County

Seattle interactive bike map

King County Bicycle Guide — This giant map comprises all of urban and rural King County, which includes the cities of Seattle, Bellevue, Redmond, and Shoreline. The map includes all paved and soft-surface regional trails, and on-street and off-street bicycle lanes. It also color codes common bike routes by low, moderate, or heavy street traffic. The map prints out to a 25-by-37-inch poster (.pdf). Smaller sections are available for 28 regions of King County.

In addition to on-street bike lanes, the King County Bicycle Guide shows details about the followed paved surface trails:

Alki Trail                                       BPA Trail

Burke Gilman Trail                         Cedar River Trail

Duwamish Trail                              Elliot Bay Trail

Green Lake Trail                            Green River Trail

I-90 Trail                                       Interurban Trail

Lake Washington Trail                    Preston Snoqualmie Trail

Sammamish River Trail                    Soos Creek Trail

Other maps for King County regional trails:

King County Recreation Maps (includes backcountry trails, rail trails)

Burke-Gilman Trail (27 miles, includes Sammamish River Trail)

Cedar River Trail (16 miles)

East Lake Sammamish (11 miles)

Green River Trail (12 miles)

Interurban Trail (14 miles)

Sammamish River Trail (10 miles)

Snoqualmie Valley Trail (29 miles)

Soos Creek Regional Trail (4 miles)

Olympic Peninsula:

Bicycling the Olympic Peninsula maps (bike maps for Clallam and Jefferson counties in .pdf format)

Olympic Discovery Trail website

Olympic Discovery Trail (about 29 miles complete, Sequim to Port Angeles)

Port Townsend Bicycle Map (map of local routes through Port Townsend, .pdf)

Kitsap Color Classic (3 routes in Kitsap County, .pdf)

Olympic Cycling Classic (maps of hilly metric and century routes between Olympic foothills and Strait of Juan de Fuca)

Port Angeles to Sequim (east and west portions of Olympic Bike Adventure route)

Rhody Bike Tour (60- to 100-mile bike route between Port Townsend and Quilcene)

Pierce County:

Foothills Trail (28 miles, when complete)

Skagit County:

Tulip Pedal Long Ride (40 miles, west of Mt. Vernon; text version)

Tulip Pedal Short Ride (20 miles, west of Mt. Vernon; text version)

Snohomish County:

Centennial Trail (abandoned railroad route runs between City of Snohomish and Quilceda /Allen Watershed Interpretive Center; description)

Snohomish County bicycle route map, published by Snohomish County community transit: 12 section map in .pdf format

Thurston County:

Chehalis Western Trail (14.5 miles)

Yelm – Tenino Trail (13.5 miles)

Thurston County trail system website

Eastern Washington:

Spokane Area Centennial Trail… 37 miles

Bill Chipman Palouse trail

Loreen Miller bike ride … Route sheet for 12, 50, and 100-mile rides from Spokane to Chattaroy, Milan, Elk, Cambden and vicinity


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