Tolt Pipeline Trail

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The Tolt Pipeline Trail is a 100 foot (30 m) wide, unpaved equestrian, pedestrian and mountain bike trail in Seattle's Eastside suburbs. It stretches 12 miles (19 km) along the Tolt pipeline right-of-way from Bothell, Washington to the Snoqualmie Valley Regional Trail near Duvall. [1] [2] [3]


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References

  1. Pompeo Gillis, Cheri (April 2002). 50 Trail Runs in Washington (Trail Running). Mountaineers Books. p. 163. ISBN   0-89886-715-0.
  2. "WTA Tolt Pipeline Trail". Washington Trails Association.
  3. "King County Trail Finder". King County Park System.

See also

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