About the Trail The Tanner Trail is a partially city-owned railway and trail corridor located on the south side of North Bend Way. The 100-foot right-of-way runs from the western limits of the city to the Tanner Road / Tanner Mill site where it intersects with the King County Snoqualmie Valley Trail.
The Northwest Railway Museum operates the historic tourist railroad in the summer and during the winter holiday season between Snoqualmie and North Bend. A pedestrian and bicycle trail runs parallel to the railroad tracks. This trail links downtown North Bend with residential areas and recreational river frontage. The Tanner Trail is paved and landscaped from East Park Street to Main Avenue North. The remainder of the trail surface is gravel.