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    Anyone know mountain trails in the Redmond/Kirkland area?

    Anyone know mountain trails in the Redmond/Kirkland area, or close by? We could go to Duthie or something but right now it's not possible...

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    Go here: Evergreen Trail Guide

    Big Finn Hill is in Kirkland (north edge of town) and connects to St Edward State Park. Pretty beginner-friendly xc on both sides of Juanita Drive, with a few challenges here and there. Pet leash laws being enforced right now. You may get lost but it won't matter.

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    What is the reason that Duthie is not possible?

    I was gonna mention Redmond water shed or St. Eds. But Soaring Eagle in Sammamish is a nice trail to ride.
    Just get out and ride!

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    Grand Eastside Loop

    Starting at Redmond - SRTto Willows Fjord (do a lap), Thrilla route through Watershed, Pipeline to SVT, SVT to Tolt (do a lap), SVT to Tokul (West-Golden Spike-East), 202 to Duthie Hill Rd, over to Soaring Eagle (do a lap), Duthie (do a lap), GR, Eastlake Sammamish Trail to Redmond. Stop at Malt & Vine and celebrate the loop.

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    Re: Anyone know mountain trails in the Redmond/Kirkland area?

    I live at the nexus of 112 street and 112 avenue in Kirkland.

    I tried to drive to Paradise or st. Eds last evening at 6pm and I was burning daylight so I quickly parked in the driveway and headed out to revisit my neighborhood.

    There are a very few and very short trails near my house that are very fun and at times approaching extreme.

    My route last eve was via those to and a mad dash south on 108th ave pavement past the PCC to the park just south of the adventist school and old seahawks camp. Did that lap and looked for a way down to the lakefront and a dog walker said he has cleared the trail just south and west of that park down to the kegs expansion parking.

    I made it home at 8:15 with two hours on the ride meter and my advice is if you have a bike and no car then... well you know!

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