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Burke-Gilman Trail

22 locals recommend ·

Tips from locals

Audrey
Audrey
June 08, 2018
walking/ biking trail
Lee
Lee
June 04, 2018
You can walk, run or ride bikes on this trail, which winds along the ship canal and Lake Union. Pick it up right down the hill from us in Fremont and take it – if you’re feeling energetic (it’s just 2 ½ miles) -- all the way to the University of Washington and walk around the gorgeous campus!
Keith
Keith
May 15, 2018
Trail runs from Ballard up to Kenmore and mostly hugs the water. Runs right by Gasworks Park and several breweries. A great day excursion (and they are many on demand rental bike options available from Ofo/Lime/Spin.)
Arthur And Jessica
Arthur And Jessica
May 15, 2018
Old railroad track converted into walking/biking path. Peaceful route in the middle of the city and flat for biking.
Aleksey
Aleksey
May 09, 2018
Burke Gilman Trail goes for many many many miles for Seattle, across lake Washington all the way to Redmond. Rent the bikes and get on 3-5 hour drive through the wine country (Woodinville), Kent (parks and water) and different Seattle spots.

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“Cute little coffee shop and bakery with a good atmosphere. The baked goods selection is actually not all that large, but what's on offer is tasty.”
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Seattle, WA