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The West Sammamish River Trail is a two-mile trail in Redmond that provides a quieter, soft-surface alternative to the popular Sammamish River Trail. Connections to other trails, including the Sammamish River Trail and PSE Trail, make it a great route for walking and running.

The WSRT is packed gravel its entire length and parallels a short section of one of King County’s most popular regional trails. Used mostly by pedestrians, runners, and the occasional fat-tired biker, the WSRT is a quieter trail that allows for a variety of casual walking loops. See this map for suggested loops.

Length: 2 miles. Surface - Loosely packed gravel surface.

Use: All other non-motorized uses are permitted on the trail.

Accessibility: Due to the gravel surface, the trail is not readily acceptable to wheelchair users.

Access: Sammamish River Trail & NE 116th St - Sammamish River Trail & PSE Trail - Sammamish River Trail & NE 90th St - Sammamish River Trail & NE 85th St (stair access only)


West Sammamish River Trail Map