The Snoqualmie Valley Trail (SVT) in the Stillwater area between Duvall and Carnation is now open! The trail was temporarily closed last June for safety reasons during construction work to repair approximately 1,100 feet of Snoqualmie River bank erosion and slope instability. The record wet winter and multiple flood events delayed the project and reopening of the trail. As a result, a short period of follow up construction will be necessary over several weeks this summer which may temporarily impact trail usage. For more information on the project, check out the news release.
The 31.5-mile trail meanders through lush farm land in Carnation, Duvall and Snoqualmie. This is a great option for a spring bike ride with the whole family as you can escape the bustling commuter trails such as the Burke Gilman and experience the tranquil beauty of the SVT.
Friendly reminder that the Tokul Creek Trestle is temporarily closed for repairs but is expected to reopen in late spring. Happy riding!