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TRAIL ALERT - Preston-Snoqualmie Trail Bridge #2 (about 0.75 miles east of the Preston-Snoqualmie Trailhead parking lot) has sustained serious damage that necessitated a full closure of the structure. During a heavy rainstorm in winter 2022, a large tree fell onto the bridge. In addition, several support piles shifted so that they are no longer supporting the bridge.  

The bridge is slated for a full replacement, with construction for the new bridge scheduled for 2024. King County Parks is also evaluating if temporary repairs are possible to reopen the bridge in the interim.

No detour is available. The rest of the trail is still open for use in both directions. 

photo of preston-snoqualmie trail with moss covered trees

The Preston-Snoqualmie Trail is a 7-mile-long, one-way, paved route through steep terrain within the Mountains to Sound Greenway. Access points are at High Point WayPreston Athletic Fields and Community Park, or Lake Alice Rd SE.

If you park and head eastward from High Point Way, the trail retraces an historic railroad route with gentle grades ideal for walking, running, and bicycling. The trail goes through moss-covered trees and includes views of Snoqualmie Falls.

Length: 7 miles. Surface - paved with soft surface shoulder.

Use: Hiking, running, walking, bicycling, and equestrian. No electric vehicles are allowed on the trail. 

Accessibility: The trail is ADA accessible except for a 0.2 mile portion of the trail with gravel and switchbacks near SE 68th St/Preston-Fall City Rd.

AccessHigh Point WayPreston Athletic Fields and Community Park, or for the views, Lake Alice Rd SE.


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