1/4 mile: Soft surface equestrian and hiking trail linking Hartman Park with Avondale Road through the Ashford Park development along 180 Ave NE.
Bridle Crest Trail
2 miles: Soft surface trail for horseback riding, mountain bicycling and hiking. Connects Bridle Trails State Park to Marymoor Park and Sammamish River Trail passing through Redmond, Bellevue and Kirkland.
East Lake Sammamish Trail (King County)
This 11 mile King County regional trail offers connections from Issaquah to Redmond along former railroad corridor. It links the cities of Issaquah, Sammamish and Redmond, and ties in to King County's public access system for cyclists, walkers and runners.
Farrel-McWhirter Loop Trail
1-1/4 miles. Soft surface trail for horseback riding and hiking within Farrel-McWhirter Park. Connects to the Nichol's Trail on the west side which extends north to the Puget Power Trail. NOTE: Beginning in late May 2010, Puget Sound Energy will begin construction of a new power line between Novelty Hill Road and Avondale Road. Go to this page for more information.
Hidden Ridge Trail
1/2 mile. Asphalt trail over utility easement and sidewalk. Extends from NE 104 St. along NE 99 St. to Hartman Park. The trail connects to the 172 Street Trail extending north from Hartman Park.
Redmond/Puget Power Trail
3.1 miles: Links Sammamish River Trail to Farrel McWhirter Park. Soft surface trail for horseback riding, mountain bicycling and hiking.
Sammamish River Regional Trail (King County)
9.4 miles: Paved multi-purpose trail for bicyclists, skaters and hikers with a parallel, soft surface trail for equestrians. Extends from Marymoor Park to Burke Gilman Trail in Bothell.
Tolt Pipeline Trail
15 miles: Extends from the Sammamish River Trail south of Woodinville to Snoqualmie Valley Road over the Tolt Pipeline corridor. Soft surface trail for horseback riding, mountain bicycling and hiking.
Viewpoint Open Space Trail
25 miles: Soft surface pedestrian trail through wooded greenbelt linking NE 24th and Bellevue's Tam O'Shanter Park.
Watershed Preserve Trails
7.5 miles: Soft-surface trails for hiking, horseback riding and bicycling. The Powerline and Gasline Trails are multi-use; Trillium Trail is for equestrians and hikers; Siler Mill Trail is hiking only. West entrance is for equestrians and hikers only with parking at Farrel-McWhirter Park. Parking, restrooms, and ADA accessible boardwalk (Tree Frog Loop Trail) at south support facility off Novelty Hill Road. Trout Loop Trail is a short loop adjacent to the parking area. No pets allowed. Rangers on duty in summer. NOTE: Beginning in late May 2010, Puget Sound Energy will begin construction of a new power line between Novelty Hill Road and Avondale Road. Go to this page for more information.
172 Street Trail
1 mile: Soft surface trail linking Hartman Park and the Puget Power Trail. The trail portion along the west side of Hartman Park has not been built; one must parallel 172 Ave NE across NE 104 St. and follow the trail along the western border of Redmond High School property through Abbey Lane III development. Connects to the Hidden Valley Trail extending east from Hartman Park.