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Biking Elliott Bay Trail in Seattle

One of Seattle’s most distinguishing features is its working waterfront, and there is no better way to explore it than by bicycle. The Elliott Bay Trail provides a picturesque tour of Seattle’s downtown waterfront.

From what I know, it's actually the 3-part ( Myrtle Edwards/Elliot Bay/Terminal 91 ) bike trail that runs from the sculpture garden to the east side of Magnolia ( Discovery Park ), with a spur out to Smith Cove, and a great way to get from downtown to N/NW Seattle ( Ballard ).

I usally park my car under Alaskan Way Viaduct to go for an hour leasure bike ride to the end of the Terminal 91 Bike Path ( the furtherest I got was to the Discovery Park ).

The trail is fairly flat, wide and very scenic with views of the Olympic Mountains, Mount Rainier, and Elliot Bay.

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