The Burke-Gilman Trail is a 27-mile trail, mostly flat, in the Seattle, Washington metro area. It winds through urban areas in the north end of Seattle, from Ballard to the University District, and then north to the end of Lake Washington. There it becomes the Sammamish River Trail, and follows the Sammamish River southwards, ending at Marymoor Park in Redmond, Washington.

Thanks to Felix Kasza for sending a GPS trace of this route, which has improved the map considerably (though I could not import all the points in the trace, as it would have made the site perform poorly).

Categories: 20 to 50 Miles &Flat &No Solitude &Paved &Suburban &Urban
States: Washington
Last Modified: May 29, 2009

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Elevation profile of route: feet above sea level vs. distance traveled (approximate). Green marker on map above shows which end is designated as start of route.

Elevation Profile