Centennial Trail

Centennial Trail anmeldelser, Snohomish

Centennial Trail
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Sarah T
2 bidrag
feb. 2022 • Alene
I love this trail!! It has such beautiful sights to see and enjoy. Whether it's sunny or a gloomy day I enjoy go here to just enjoy mother nature!
Skrevet 18. februar 2022
Denne anmeldelsen er den subjektive meningen til et Tripadvisor-medlem og ikke fra TripAdvisor LLC.

dcornell627
Snohomish, WA3 bidrag
apr. 2020 • Par
So, I just started on a walking thing since it’s gotten nicer outside and since we’ve sheltered in place. Walks are a good way to just see other folks/strangers while still staying a safe distance. Been walking Centennial Trail in all directions and going about 2 miles/day. I love this walk because you can end up in downtown Snohomish (shoot...can’t stop at the bakery though for a snack) or you can walk forever in a wooded area with an occasional bicyclist going by. It’s a great walk since it’s easy for young to old. Do it!!
Skrevet 14. april 2020
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GenotheViking
Everett, WA841 bidrag
feb. 2020
This is a great paved trail following the old railroad line. Currently one can go from downtown Snohomish north past Arlington. There are plans to expand even further north. Limited parking access in some areas but good in others. Quiet and fun for all. Try and stop at the great dock on Lake Cassidy if nearby.
Skrevet 9. februar 2020
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JTSeattle
Snohomish, WA366 bidrag
okt. 2019 • Alene
I’ve had mixed experience with the trail. Maybe it depends where you start.

The stretch from Snohomish to Machias can be a little sketchy. Goes by some homes in need of lots of care. Friends have been accosted by people looking to score easy drug money or worse. A deputy cautioned us just to keep eyes open and to try to travel in groups. And if you are a woman, don’t go alone!

The stretch north of Machias seems more interesting and has more people. Maybe feels a little safer.
Skrevet 8. oktober 2019
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diana h
Anacortes, WA15 bidrag
mai 2019 • Alene
I did the whole 30 mile trail on an e bike. Varied from wooded, open country and great views, farm land, rural neighborhoods and the town of Arlington (lunch stop?) almost flat, paved and with adjacent horse trail. Lots of entry and exit points if you don’t want to do the whole length.
Skrevet 22. mai 2019
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sep. 2018 • Par
The Centennial Trail extends a long way, from the town of Snohomish on the south end to an old barn at Nakashima’s Farm between the town of Arlington and Lake McMurray. I’ve ridden much of it, though not all at once.

The trail is paved the entire distance and is wide enough to be pedestrian and bicycle friendly. No motorized vehicles are allowed and there is a dirt path for horses along much of it.

Leaving the town of Snohomish at its northeast corner, the trail goes straight up the valley to the old railroad town of Machias and then heads just east of the town of Lake Stevens. Just past the lake the trail turns west and rises, passing under State Rte 9 and over the ridge. It’s about a 17 mile round trip to return to Snohomish from this point. Continuing north, the trail then drops to the west side of the ridge and again heads north to the town of Arlington.
North of Arlington the trail rises again and then follows State Rte 9 faithfully to the town of Bryant. From Bryant it follows a small valley to the North Trailhead at Nakashima’s Barn.
Skrevet 12. februar 2019
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Don H
Kirkland, WA933 bidrag
des. 2018 • Par
This trail had a very gentle slope, is well maintained, and it's paved for easy riding, or walking. Good access points too.
Skrevet 3. desember 2018
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Guinnivere W
Seattle, WA98 bidrag
nov. 2018 • Alene
I love to walk. Whenever I visit a city or town I look for places to walk, whether it's shopping, sight-seeing, or just a place to stroll. You see so much more than when you drive around. This is a wide, long, well-maintained trail surrounded by gorgeous trees. I love the little library nooks along the path! You can walk, jog, ride a bike or even a horse! It is strictly a day use trail though, no camping. But it's totally worth it!
Skrevet 23. november 2018
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Michael R
4 bidrag
aug. 2018 • Par
Trained for the Seattle to Vancouver on the trail and it was very well maintained. The RSVP used the trail on the route and it was a great place for all the riders.
Skrevet 6. november 2018
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Mike H
9 bidrag
okt. 2018 • Familie
The Centenial Trail runs for over 30 miles. Starting in Snohomish and runs well north of Arlington. Starts at First St. near Cady Park (Snohomish) and end at the historic Nakashima Barn/North trailhead, west of SR 9 and just south of the Skagit County line (Arlington). Paved the whole way and is a very safe and easy grade for the whole family.
Skrevet 6. november 2018
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