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Northshore Athletic Fields
RUSA Route #2711 ‘End of Mann -
Let‘s do it again. Departing from the Northshore Athletic Fields parking lot, near the heart of Woodinville’s wine district and just off the Sammamish River Trail, we head north on a clockwise route. We will ride up to Snohomish, and then onward to Granite Falls before heading south for a loop along the shores of Lake Roesiger. A short ride southeast towards Sultan allows us to link up with Ben Howard Road (a personal favorite), where we will head south towards Carnation and Fall City. The climb up Issaquah - Fall City Road at 170km will test your legs, before we make our way back to Marymoor Park and a gentle finish up the bike trail to complete the ride.
Renton Village Shopping Center
Parking available at South Renton Park & Ride
RUSA Route #2784 - This summer adventure starts in Issaquah and takes you up the favorite Lake Alice Road climb on the way to North Bend and the Snoqualmie Valley Trail. At Rattlesnake Lake you will join the Palouse to Cascades trail (formerly known as the Iron Horse Trail). Enjoy the gentle climb and mountain scenery up and through the tunnel at Snoqualmie Pass. You will stay on the trail to Cle Elem where the route takes to the pavement to Ellensburg. Follow the scenic and quiet Canyon Road to the turnaround at the Roza campground in the Yakima River canyon. From there you will retrace your path to Snoqualmie and finish off with another favorite climb over Issaquah - Fall City road on the way back to the Motel 6. Leave your 23mm tires at home for this route that is almost 50% gravel. Most of it is smooth and well packed, but it does get a bit chunkier between Kecheelus Lake and Cle Elum