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Redmond Ridge Trail

Puget Sound and Islands

Location

Puget Sound and Islands -- Seattle-Tacoma Area
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Length

4.34 miles, one-way

Elevation

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This is a King County regional trail that winds through the Redmond Ridge neighborhood, offering travellers a non-motorized alternative for getting around. 

The north end of the trail starts at the intersection with the Tolt Pipeline Trail near the intersection of 232nd Ave. NE and NE 140th St. It heads south from here paralleling some of the main arteries in the Redmond Ridge neighborhood, starting along Trilogy Parkway, then Novelty Hill Road, then Redmond Ridge Drive. The southern end of the trail is at the intersection of NE 80th St. and Redmond Ridge Drive.

The entirety of the trail is paved and is popular with cyclists, runners and walkers alike. Along the way there are a few other spur trails that split off into neighborhoods. Another place to stop over is Redmond Ridge Park, which is right along the edge of the trail. For even more mileage, consider linking this trail to the Tolt Pipeline Trail.

 

Redmond Ridge Trail

Map & Directions

Trailhead
Co-ordinates: 47.6920, -122.0339 Open map in new window

Trailhead

Puget Sound and Islands -- Seattle-Tacoma Area

King County Parks

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Getting There

For a trailhead with ample parking and restrooms start out at Redmond Ridge Park. Take WA-520 east from Bellevue for about 7 miles, then continue straight onto Avondale Road for another mile. Take a slight right onto Novelty Hill Road for 2.1 miles, then, at a traffic circle, continue on Novelty Hill Road for another 2.1 miles. Turn right onto Redmond Ridge Drive for 0.3 mile, then turn left onto Alder Crest Drive for a few hundred feet to the park entrance on the left. 

Take Transit:

King County Transit Route 224 stops at the intersection of NE Cedar Park Crest and 228th Way, which is half a mile from the park entrance.



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