Celebrate the summer solstice by cycling the Preston-Snoqualmie Trail

Take advantage of these extra long days and explore the King County Parks Regional Trail System!

Check out the Preston-Snoqualmie Trail for a fully clothed cycling option this weekend. While hundreds of nude cyclists take to the streets in Fremont, you can enjoy a scenic and tranquil ride through lush farmland just 30 minutes outside Seattle. The Preston-Snoqualmie Trail is a relatively short (7 mile), but beautiful gem in the King County Regional Trails System. It’s paved and follows a historic railroad route with long, but gentle grades through secluded woodlands. It offers exceptional views of the Snoqualmie River Valley and Snoqualmie Falls. The PST runs east from High Point Way near the Interstate-90 Preston Park-and-Ride to just west of Snoqualmie Falls. This is a great ride for the whole family.

If you squint you can see the trail on that hill over there


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