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July 8 | Snoqualmie Tunnel Bike Ride

Snoqualmie TunnelDiscover this incredible 2-mile long tunnel at Snoqualmie Pass - a remnant of our railroad history! The biking trip will take you through the tunnel and then along a 20-mile stretch of the John Wayne Pioneer Trail, complete with sweeping views of the Cascades and a BBQ back at Rattlesnake Lake.


Pre-Registration Required. No walk-up registrations.


Saturday, July 8, 2017
8:30am to early-mid afternoon
$30 per person

We'll meet at Rattlesnake Lake in the morning and catch a shuttle with our bikes up to Snoqualmie Pass. After biking through the historic 2-mile long tunnel, we'll bike the John Wayne Pioneer Trail back to Rattlesnake Lake (a 20-mile downhill bike ride with educational stops along the way), for a post-ride BBQ to celebrate your trip!

Register for trip.


  • Be able to bike at least 20 miles on a gravel trail - that said, the trail has a mostly downhill, railroad grade the whole way and therefore isn't a strenuous ride. We always encourage everyone to bike at their own pace, which is best to see the incredible views!
  • A bike and helmet - since the trail is packed gravel, we recommend mountain bike or hybrid tires. Road bike tires (the thin ones) are not advisable--it's too easy to fall. We also recommend that if you are borrowing or renting a bike that you try out the bike before the trip to make sure it fits you.
  • Comfortable biking clothes and a headlamp (as the tunnel will be completely dark!)
  • Discover Pass - we'll be parking in a State Park parking lot for the event, so you'll need to have a Discover Pass for your vehicle.  Learn more about how to get one.

Once you are registered and paid, we will send you more detailed information about the trip. You can also check out our Frequently Asked Questions.

Check out photos from past trips.

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