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Yakima Greenway

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Lots of access points, walk/bike

Following the Yakima and Naches rivers, this trail extends from downtown Naches to Union Gap. It's... read more

Reviewed April 30, 2018
Katherine M
Yakima Bike/Ped Path

The Hreenway trail is fun o walk or pedal upon. Much of it follows the river. One can actually go... read more

Reviewed May 13, 2017
Olympia, Washington
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Reviewed April 30, 2018

Following the Yakima and Naches rivers, this trail extends from downtown Naches to Union Gap. It's paved and maintained regularly. Starting in Naches, there is a parking lots at the Depot with bathrooms. It's fairly flat all the way through Gleed and into Yakima (there...More

1  Thank Katherine M
Reviewed May 13, 2017

The Hreenway trail is fun o walk or pedal upon. Much of it follows the river. One can actually go from Union Gap to Naches by jumping onto the Naches trail at Fruitvale. The Naches trail has one small detour around an as yet not...More

1  Thank evanslkwd
Reviewed July 16, 2016 via mobile

Nice paved trail that follows the Yakima River part of the way and Rotary Lake. It's probably 30 some miles. We picked it up right from our hotel, Oxford Suites. In full sun most of the time with restrooms and play areas along the way....More

1  Thank llferch
Reviewed September 30, 2015

Well maintained paved trail 9 miles long from union gap to 40th ave.Safe and patrolled on occasion by Yakima police bike patrol.pathway from suntides to Naches new with plenty of restrooms on trail.

1  Thank JosephKroth
Reviewed July 2, 2015 via mobile

We were looking forward.to a nice cool evening walk along the river Sorry we didn't get our walk and no photos to ad. I am sure it is nice?

Thank David L
Reviewed June 30, 2015 via mobile

The naches river combines into the yakima so parts are of yakima or naches river. The green way spans with little ponds and lakes along it and many parks. The path is a great place to jog as it continues all the way to little...More

1  Thank nobodygr8
Reviewed May 16, 2015

Walking or biking the Greenway is very pleasant and scenic - if you look toward and pay attention to the Yakima River which parallels the paved path on one side. Occasionally you can see wildlife (bald eagles and ospreys) and fishermen there (fishing for salmon)....More

1  Thank Fishscales44
Reviewed May 6, 2015

This has a wonderful walking path - I went out a few times to walk and enjoyed the scenery. It contains a playground area called the McGuire Community Playground. The pathway goes along a waterway - I believe it is the Yakima River.

1  Thank Carol L
Reviewed April 22, 2015

The Yakima Greenway is one of those places that tends to grow on a person. It is much too large to give it justice with only one or two visits. Over the years my purposes for visiting the Greenway have varied. At first I spent...More

1  Thank Raymond1947
Reviewed April 22, 2015

If you come to Yakima and want to walk the Greenway is a nice calm walk by the river and the wild life is everywhere.We saw deer and beavers work. birds too.You can start in Union gap and walk clear to Naches if in fact...More

1  Thank Joan B
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