This 50-mile route is a circumnavigation of the Raleigh Greenway system. This route links several trails to form one loop. With the exception of 5 miles of single track, the greenway is paved asphalt. Route began at the trailhead at the intersection of the House Creek Trail and Crabtree Creek Trail behind the Crabtree Valley Mall.
This loop is a Seattle-area classic, circumnavigating Granite Mountain in the Alpine Lakes Wilderness, just to the north of I-90 at exit 47. The trail links Melakwa Lake, Lower Tuscohatchie Lake, and Pratt Lake between the Denny Creek and Pratt Lake/Granite Mountain trailheads. The route is approximately 16.5 miles as a complete loop connecting the trailheads by road (3.5 mi on the road).
Katoomba 2 Kanangra 2 Katoomba (K2K2K) is an approx 96km return route, starting from the climbers carpark located on Narrowneck Plateau in Katoomba, the route starts along a Firetrail on Narrowneck before dropping off via the Tarros Ladders onto unformed Technical Single Trails out to Kanangra Walls Carpark where after touching the locked gate, you turn around and retrace your steps back to the start point at the climbers carpark at Narrowneck. The whole trail takes you through the Blue Mountains / Kanangra Boyd Wilderness area.
The La Bohn Traverse is a point to point route with the Southern terminus at Commonwealth Basin Trailhead on the PCT at Snoqualmie Pass and a Northern terminus at Necklace Valley Trailhead off of Hwy 2 in Skykomish. The route was designed by Arya Jonathan Farahani as part of the UltraPedestrian Wilderness Challenge. Traveling southbound, the route starts at Necklace Valley Trailhead to East Fork Foss River and then to Opal Lake via Necklace Valley Trail #1062.