John Wayne Trail

Yes, it is gravel, but the John Wayne Trail is still a Rails-to-Trails route which means easy gradients and striking scenery. For you Fat Tire riders–here’s one you might like.–Corrie

It’s in the fall when the weeds dry up and leaves fall from the trees that the true nature of the John Wayne Pioneer Trail in western Washington reveals itself as an old railroad route.

The trail runs some 100 miles from near North Bend to the Columbia River. It slices through the deep evergreen woods of the Mt. Baker-Snoqualmie National Forest, but grasses, weeds, shrubs and deciduous trees grow along the abandoned right-of-way.

via Biking Bis – Bicycle Touring and More :: Fall bike ride on the John Wayne Pioneer Trail.

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