Why Trails?


Tell us about regional trails: Do you use them? If not, why not? What do you like about them? How could they be better? We want to hear about your experience on our regional trails – take this four-minute survey to help us understand how we can improve regional trails in the future. Regional trails…

Trail Alert: Everywhere


Please do not be alarmed if you come across this rad motorcycle on one of your favorite trails. Details about its purpose are below. *Should you come across this, please notify us immediately and know that crying in public is ok. Mobile mapping vehicle on Regional Trails through 8/25 King County Parks has authorized Transmap…

Behind the Trails


Learn about Shelly Bowman, one trail superhero helping to shape our region through advocacy.

Trail Spotlight: Green to Cedar Rivers


When completed, the Green to Cedar Rivers Trail will be an 11-mile-long trail that follows an abandoned railroad route, intersecting with the Cedar River Trail in the north and terminating along the Green River in the south, near Flaming Geyser State Park. Locals may know 3 miles of it as the Lake Wilderness Trail, because…