Tag: Preston-Snoqualmie Trail
Do you support upgrading the John Wayne Pioneer Trail in eastern Washington so it can live up to its potential as a cross-state off-road route for bicycle travel?
A fight to fund improvements and improve access to the rail-trail east of the Columbia River has been waged by eastern Washington trail advocates for months.
Permanent link to this article: http://www.bikingbis.com/2016/05/02/john-wayne-pioneer-trail-meetings-coming-up-in-may/
With a break in the rain, I rode my bike out the Preston-Snoqualmie Trail on Friday to enjoy the fall colors.
Unfortunately, I discovered that my timing was a little off. Many of the trees were already bare and their moss-covered limbs exposed for all to see.
Although the Preston-Snoqualmie Trail is paved, the wet leaves …
Permanent link to this article: http://www.bikingbis.com/2014/10/25/biking-out-preston-snoqualmie-trail-for-some-late-season-color/
King County has completed installing a cycle track to connect the gap between two eastside Seattle rail-trails — the Issaquah-Preston Trail and Preston-Snoqualmie Trail.
The cycle track, which is the first I can recall in unincorporated King County, runs for 0.7 mile along south side of SE High Point Way. It’s a two directional cycle …
Permanent link to this article: http://www.bikingbis.com/2014/08/07/cycle-track-opens-to-connect-rail-trails-in-eastern-king-county/
Parts of the Preston-Snoqualmie and Cedar River rail-trails will be closed for short-term maintenance in the next couple of weeks.
Meanwhile, the long-term closure of East Lake Sammamish Trail between Northeast 187th Avenue and Inglewood Hill Road for paving has been delayed for the time-being.
Cedar River Trail
A Cedar River Trail trestle that crosses …
Permanent link to this article: http://www.bikingbis.com/2014/02/16/bike-trail-closures-coming-up-for-king-county/
I’ll be the first to admit that I’m a sucker for maps, especially older ones. Sometimes I think that’s one reason I like to explore by bicycle — it gives me a chance to follow those blue lines on a map at a snail’s pace.
So you can imagine my reaction when the Mountains to …
Permanent link to this article: http://www.bikingbis.com/2014/01/30/vintage-washington-map-shows-todays-rails-to-trail-network/