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Spend 5 days on car-free bike paths exploring the very best of the Pacific Northwest and Seattle! Ride rails-to-trails bike paths from the historic trains-and-mines region of the Cascades to majestic Snoqualmie Falls. Bike through the longest bike/pedestrian tunnel in the world. Explore Woodinville's vineyards and gardens, wine tasting rooms and distilleries. The perfect escape for those seeking easy cycling and/or who dislike riding with traffic, this rails-to-trails bike path tour takes you all the way from the woodlands of the Cascade Range downhill to wine country and into the heart of Seattle's waterfront.
Meet in Seattle. Ride the John Wayne Trail to Lake Keechelus.
The John Wayne Pioneer Trail is one of the longest rail-trail conversions in the United States, following the former railway roadbed of the Chicago, Milwaukee, St. Paul & Pacific Railroad for nearly 300 miles. A wide, car-free stretch of flat, fun riding, it winds gently through evergreen forest and between the rocky peaks of the Cascade Mountain foothills. Ride a short portion this morning from Cle Elum to Lake Easton for lunch, then on to Keechelus (Native American word meaning 'few fish') and Snoqualmie Summit.
Ride through the world's longest bike/pedestrian tunnel. Pedal onward through evergreen forest to jaw-dropping Snoqualmie Falls.
This morning: ride through the world's longest bike/pedestrian tunnel: a 2-mile long historic train tunnel on the John Wayne Pioneer Trail. We'll provide the lights! Continue riding downhill through evergreen forest all the way to Rattlesnake Lake. Hike up to the ridge. ("You won't find better views anywhere else this close to Seattle," crows the Washington Trails Association.) Ride to gorgeous Snoqualmie Falls, which you may remember from the TV series Twin Peaks. For the Snoqualmie People, the Falls are the place "where prayers were carried up to the Creator by great mists that rise from the powerful flow."
Ride the Sammamish River Trail. Stop for lunch in Woodinville, home to many of Washington's prime wine-tasting rooms.
This morning, ride to Woodinville, where you'll find some of Washington's best wine-tasting rooms. Ride onward to Bothell. Stay tonight and tomorrow at the Art Deco McMenamins Anderson School, where classrooms are now hotel rooms. Dinner's on your own tonight; take your pick of its three onsite restaurants. If you like, take in a film at its onsite movie theater or hop in the pool for a dip.
Go wine tasting. Play a round of golf. Or go for a bike ride. Plenty of options today!
There are 100+ wineries in the Woodinville region. Lunch is on your own today, so visit and sample any that appeal. If you'd prefer, take a tour of a lavender farm or play a round of golf. Tonight: enjoy a final celebratory dinner with Chef Russell Lowell at Russellís Restaurant and Loft, a food loverís delight and the de facto late night hangout for winemakers and people in the wine industry.
Ride the paved bike path along Seattle's waterways. Kayak past the houseboats on Lake Union and finish off with a visit to the Ballard Locks and fish ladder.
Enjoy a final ride along the bike path, beside the Sammamish River and Seattle's Lake Union. Kayak the waterways past the houseboats made famous by the movie Sleepless in Seattle. Jump back on the bikes for the 3-mile bike path ride to the Ballard Locks and fish ladder. After a final waterside lunch, head to the airport or your downtown hotel to extend your stay.
As an optional extra, a person traveling solo on any inn-to-inn trip may reserve a room for his or her exclusive use. This will guarantee you a private room and private bath every night. Unlike other tour companies, if you're willing to share a room, there is no extra charge for coming solo, no matter when you sign up for the tour - even if you wind up with a private room by default.