Round the World on Wheels: Amazing Family-Friendly Bike Trails

Whether your ride has three, two or even one wheel, there’s no doubt getting on a bike can take families on a wheely fantastic adventure. Imagine cutting through a forest or gaping at skyscrapers while pedaling down the path. Now take the scenic route and click through our album to see where in the world you can find the most kid-friendly trails.


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Myrtle Edwards Park, Seattle – Elliot Bay Trail

This beginner-bike friendly path of 1.25 miles offers amazing views of the Olympic Mountains, Mount Rainier and Puget Sound. And that’s just looking into the distance. Up close, there’s the waterfront, The Olympic Structure Park and plenty of greenery for when kids want to stop pedaling. The path can get a little narrow at times, so remember to keep an eye out on your speedster.

Family Travel Tip: It can get windy along the waterfront, so be prepared to bundle up. 

Online: traillink.com/trail/elliott-bay-trail

photo: typeoneerror.com via flickr

Have you been on any of these bike paths? Let us know in the comments below! 

— Christal Yuen

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