The western and eastern segments of the Palouse to Cascades State Park Trail — Washington state’s longest trail at about 230 miles — officially will be joined on April 8 with the dedication of the refurbished Beverly Bridge across the Columbia River.
Newly refurbished Beverly Bridge on Palouse Cascades Trail across the Columbia River.
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Chalk up another trail segment opening along the 285-mile Palouse to Cascades State Park Trail in Washington state.
State parks image of completed Renslow Trestle in April 2021
The state parks department announced Thursday that work to the Renslow Trestle across I-90 is complete, meaning that trail users will no longer have to detour around …
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County wants users to “Keep Moving”
More than 175 miles of regional trails and 215 miles of backcountry trails – many used by bicycle riders – will reopen in the Seattle area on Friday as King County announced Tuesday that parks will reopen that day.
The proclamation follows the limited reopening of Washington state managed …
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This past summer I spent several weeks researching and visiting the newly minted Palouse to Cascades State Park Trail for an article that appeared this fall on the cover of the Rails to Trails Conservancy magazine.
Palouse to Cascades State Park Trail is the cover story for fall Rails to Trails Magazine
You can read …
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Happy trails, Duke.
It looks like the state of Washington Parks Commission is about to give a new identity to the John Wayne Pioneer Trail.
The staff for the state Parks and Recreation Commission has been searching for a new name for the semi cross-state trail for months.
It sought suggestions from the public and …
Permanent link to this article: https://www.bikingbis.com/2018/05/15/commission-votes-thursday-on-new-name-for-john-wayne-pioneer-trail/
The long wait is over. Bicyclists can now take the paved Foothills Trail from the East Puyallup trailhead, through Orting and South Prairie, and into Buckley — a distance of 21 miles. (more)
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If you’re looking to explore “new” bicycling routes on Seattle’s Eastside this weekend, you can visit the two, long-awaited, completed sections of the Eastside Rail Corridor.
For all intents and purposes, a 4-mile section between Newcastle Beach Park in Bellevue and Coulon Park in Renton is open, as is a 1-mile segment connected to the …
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Every fall, salmon return to their native Puget Sound rivers and streams to spawn. Two excellent vantage points for the spectacle are the Cedar River Trail in King County and the Foothills Trail in Pierce County.
I happened to visit both these trails this past week to enjoy our sunny autumn weather. Once we had …
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For the first time since a dark and stormy night in 2007, bicyclists in Lewis County can ride a reasonably surfaced rail-trail from Chehalis to Pe Ell — a distance of 22 miles.
State parks officials this week essentially opened this stretch of the 56-mile Willapa Hills Trail when they signed off on a trestle …
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As a reader from St. Louis suggests, “crazy season has come early to Missouri.”
At least that’s the case for one legislator, Republican Rep. Jay Houghton of Martinsburg.
It started with his HB 2046, which would require all bicycles using “lettered” county roads to display a fluorescent orange flag suspended 15 feet above the road …
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