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Chambers Bay Loop
|Trail Name||Chambers Bay Loop|
|Distance||3.25 Miles Round Trip|
|Elevation Gain||234 Feet|
|High Point||315 Feet|
|Trip Reports||Chambers Bay Loop|
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The Chambers Bay park is a wonderful park built in an old sand and gravel quarry that still has someold building ruins and gorgeous views of the waterfront. The park has a kids play area, off leash dog park, huge grass play area, multiple paved trails, and beach access. All trails are paved and there is a very nice bridge up and over the train tracks to gain access to the waterfront.
How to get there
Take Exit 130 off I-5 and head West on S 56th St for 2.4 mi. At the traffic circle, take the 2nd exit onto Cirque Dr W for 2.7 mi. At the traffic circle, take the 1st exit onto 99th Ave W/Grandview Dr W for 0.2 mi. Parking area will be on the Left.Google Map
Start by heading out the Soundview Trail which winds from Cirque Plaza across the northern edge of the Properties then descends through a portion of Chambers Bay golf course to Central Meadow. Here the trail turns to take you back up the hill to meet with Grandview Trail at 62nd Street Court West. Located along the top of a 200-foot bluff, Grandview Trail offers sweeping views of the Chambers Bay golf course, Puget Sound, and the surrounding islands.
Trails are all paved and some are 10ft wide.