Trail Alerts: Sammamish River Trail floods + Snoqualmie Valley Trail landslide

Photo of a trail coverd in water from a nearby river.

Photo from King County Parks.

Heavy and persistent rains have caused more trail closures in the area. The Sammamish River Trail has closed in four places between Woodinville and Redmond because its namesake river has overflowed. See the links in the notice below for maps of the closures.

A section of the Snoqualmie Valley Trail is also closed near Boxley Creek due to a landslide.

And as we reported earlier, a landslide has also closed a section of the Preston-Snoqualmie Trail near Snoqualmie Ridge and Fall City.

More details from King County Parks:

Trail closed due to flooding under multiple overpasses

Excessive rain and flooding has created adverse conditions on many of our trails today. The Sammamish River Trail is closed at Redmond Way, NE 90th St, NE 124th St, and NE 145th St, due to flooding and high water over the trail.

Landslide closes Snoqualmie Valley Trail

A landslide has closed the Snoqualmie Valley Trail from Boxley Creek Natural Area to SE 145th St.

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9 Responses to Trail Alerts: Sammamish River Trail floods + Snoqualmie Valley Trail landslide

  1. westseattlebikeconnections says:

    Green River Trail, too, in Tukwila near I-405.

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  3. Mia Fisher says:

    any update on the flooding on the Sammamish River trail at NE 124th?

  4. Rolan says:

    As of 3:00 PM on Feb 10, there is about 5″ of water over the trail just north of 124th for about 30 yards (signed “Water Over Trail” for southbound and “Trail Closed” for northbound?). The dirt trail to the east of the pavement provides a muddy alternative to splashing through on the pavement.
    South of the Puget Power Trail, the trail is under water at NE 90th, NE 85th, and Redmond Way. All are signed “Trail Closed”. No information south of there.

  5. Prabhu Ganeshan says:

    Is lake sammmish trial open now for biking without closures underneath the bridges due to flooding?

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