Do you need a Discover Pass for Bridle Trails?
Parking. A Discover Pass is required to park in the parking lot. The annual pass allows free parking in any State of Washington recreational land for a year and is transferable between two vehicles. Please note that pay stations at Bridle Trails State Park currently accept only cash or check as payment.
Can you hike Bridle Trails?
Sporting four arenas and a calendar full of horse shows and organized rides, Bridle Trails caters primarily to equines and friends, but the park is also friendly to hikers, including those with leashed dogs.
What are Bridle Trails?
A bridle path, also bridleway, equestrian trail, horse riding path, ride, bridle road, or horse trail, is a trail or a thoroughfare that is used by people riding on horses. Trails originally created for use by horses often now serve a wider range of users, including equestrians, hikers, and cyclists.
How long does a Discover Pass last?
Discover Pass Annual Pass: $30/car. Allows visitors to park on Washington State recreation lands for one year from date of purchase.
How much is a Discover Pass ticket?
The Discover Pass – Your Ticket to Washington’s Great Outdoors
|Annual pass||$30 ($35 with transaction and dealer fees if purchased at a license vendor, by phone or online)|
|One-day pass||$10 ($11.50 with transaction and dealer fees if purchased at a license vendor, by phone or online)|
How long is the Cross Kirkland Corridor?
Welcome to the Cross Kirkland Corridor (CKC), a 5.75-mile corridor through the heart of Kirkland and the first improved section of the Eastside Rail Corridor, now called Eastrail. The CKC is part of a regional network that includes trails, transit, and regional utilities.
Why is it called the bridle path?
The name the Bridle Path came from the area’s original plan for a system of bridle paths, otherwise known as tracks used for horseback riding. This was because prior to serious development of the area, most of the residents rode horses.
Can you gallop on a bridleway?
Horses can be ridden on bridleways, restricted byways and byways open to all traffic, but not on footpaths. Tameside’s Countryside Service receive reports of riders straying off bridleways and galloping, causing damage to paths and vegetation. These riders put other path users safety at risk.
What happens if my national park pass doesn’t come in time?
If your pass does not arrive before your trip starts you can buy another pass at the first site you visit and return the pass ordered through the Internet for a refund.
Where is bridle trails State Park in Washington?
Bridle Trails State Park is located between Kirkland and Bellevue, Washington, with its main entrance in Kirkland. The park is 482 forested acres with 28 miles of equestrian/pedestrian trails. There are three marked trail loops of varying distance, from 1 to 3.5 miles long. See the trail map below for details.
How to celebrate spring at Bridle Trails Park?
Celebrate spring with a 1.5 mile egg hunt hike along the Trillium and power line trails. Collect colored eggs, enjoy jelly beans, learn bird calls, and greet our favorite mini-horse in the neighborhood. Our signature community event where country fair tradition meets urban carnival fun.
Where is the Coyote trail in bridle trails?
The Coyote Trail starts in tandem with the Trillium Trail for the first half mile, then forks to the left at an intersection. It continues to loop the perimeter of the park, offering a good opportunity to stretch your legs and fully enjoy the park’s flora and fauna.