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Not knowing what to expect, we took our bikes for a 10 mile round trip from the north to south ends of the trail. It was a fun local ride. Parking at the entry points seems to be "catch as you can" with enough street...More
I opted to try the cross Kirkland corridor today. As a lifetime local I've watched the tracks come up and the introduction of this trail.
The surface is flat and well maintained weaving through green belt towards Kirkland. I only walked about 2 1/2 of...More
The Corridor is the Best... A great ride from my home through the corridor.. and back.. It has the greatest views of the Lake and the Olympics as you traverse through Google and down to Juanita area.. I use it early in the morning .....More
This is a fantastic urban trail filled with nature and amazing views!
The walk is casual enough for you to not feel the workout :).
One of the bonus things is that it goes through the Google campus and stops at a BREWERY 😊
A great opportunity for people to walk, walk with dogs, run, bike, enjoy the nature.
Lots of access points all around the town,
decent distance to make workout worthwhile.
One of the best Projects Kirkland accomplished- and it is still work in progress.
Response from Avcat2013 | Reviewed this property |
The Cross Kirkland trail is primarily GRAVEL with a short paved area at the Google Campus. Gravel is not roller-skate friendly, no matter what your age. The Burke-Gilman, Snohomish River and Centennial Trails are paved and... More
The Cross Kirkland trail is primarily GRAVEL with a short paved area at the Google Campus. Gravel is not roller-skate friendly, no matter what your age. The Burke-Gilman, Snohomish River and Centennial Trails are paved and would be reasonable choices. (I can't understand the "fine" response.., makes no sense)