Saturday, October 25, 2008

The Tolt Pipeline Trail: A Colorful Fall Walk North of Redmond

The Tolt Pipeline Trail runs almost 14 miles between Bothell and Duvall alongside the City of Seattle’s Tolt Pipeline. The Tolt Pipeline Trail is popular with off-road bicyclists, equestrians, and hikers. During the fall you can see dramatic fall foliage.

Fall foliage along the Tolt Pipeline Trail

The trail is provided through an agreement between King County and the City of Seattle and makes use of the pipeline’s wide right-of-way and soft-surface access road. To find out about access points and other info about the Tolt Pipeline Trail, visit the King County Parks page, or refer to the Tolt Pipeline Trail Map.

Tolt Pipeline Trail

An Aerial View of the Trail
Tolt Pipeline Trail (click to view map)You can use Live Search Maps to view the Tolt Pipeline Trail. The image on the right shows a bird’s eye view of the trail provided by Live Search Maps. To find out more about using bird’s eye views, see the previous posting, A bird’s eye view of Redmond High School.

Other Blog Postings on Trails
Here’s a list of other Redmond Library blog postings on regional trails:

Marymoor Connector Trail Partly Open
Snohomish County Bike Trails: Centennial Trail
King County Bike Trails: Sammamish River Trail
King County Bike Trail Maps

Redmond Library Board

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