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Sunset Snoqualmie Bike Ride

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  • Author: Cheryl
  • Created: May 18, 2020 6:26 pm
  • Updated: January 18, 2021 4:01 am
Difficulty Level: Moderate
Surface: Paved
Suitable for: Advanced
Route Length: 20-30 miles
  • Distance 87,500.00 ft
  • Time 6 h 40 min
  • Speed 2 mph
  • Min altitude 59 ft
  • Peak 476 ft
  • Climb 640 ft
  • Descent 961 ft

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This is a route I rode back in 2013 and was planning on blogging about at that time. I still might get to that post, and hope to get back in shape enough to ride it again!

It starts in Snoqualmie near the Railroad Museum and takes you to Remlinger Farms and then back.

It has some hills -- I was in pretty good fitness when I did this, but it's not insane.

And don't believe the GPX entirely. I went MUCH faster than 2 mph on this ride! I'm still working on route imports.

A few details may have changes, but Remlinger Farms is still there as a highlight and if you time it right there are still berries along the route in mid-Summer.

The photo here is of me back then at the midpoint of the ride at Remlinger Farms in Carnation.The other photos are from people on Flickr (see the individual locations for credits.) My photos of the ride were taken on phone and I cannot seem to find them.

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This is a route I rode back in 2013 and was planning on blogging about at that time. I still might get to that post, and hope to get back in shape enough to ride it again!

It starts in Snoqualmie near the Railroad Museum and takes you to Remlinger Farms and then back.

It has some hills — I was in pretty good fitness when I did this, but it’s not insane.

And don’t believe the GPX entirely. I went MUCH faster than 2 mph on this ride! I’m still working on route imports.

A few details may have changes, but Remlinger Farms is still there as a highlight and if you time it right there are still berries along the route in mid-Summer.

The photo here is of me back then at the midpoint of the ride at Remlinger Farms in Carnation.The other photos are from people on Flickr (see the individual locations for credits.) My photos of the ride were taken on phone and I cannot seem to find them.