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John Wayne Pioneer Trail, Snoqualmie Tunnel, Iron Horse State Park

A major, non-motorized, cross-state link, this former Milwaukee Road railway grade reaches from Rattlesnake Lake near North Bend east across Washington State. The level grade of the trail makes it ideal for mountain bikers, equestrians and walkers. Main trailheads are at Cedar Falls/Rattlesnake Lake and Hyak. The Hyak trailhead is disabled-accessible and provides closest access to the damp, dark 2.3-mile Snoqualmie Tunnel. Hyak accesses the Lake Keechelus boat launch as well.

A major, non-motorized, cross-state link, this former Milwaukee Road railway grade reaches from Rattlesnake Lake near North Bend east across Washington State. The level grade of the trail makes it ideal for mountain bikers, equestrians and walkers. Main trailheads are at Cedar Falls/Rattlesnake Lake and Hyak. The Hyak trailhead is disabled-accessible and provides closest access to the damp, dark 2.3-mile Snoqualmie Tunnel. Hyak accesses the Lake Keechelus boat launch as well.

Outdoor Recreation John Wayne Pioneer Trail, Snoqualmie Tunnel, Iron Horse State Park
A major, non-motorized, cross-state link, this former Milwaukee Road railway grade reaches from Rattlesnake Lake near North Bend east across Washington State. The level grade of the trail makes it ideal for mountain bikers, equestrians and walkers. Main trailheads are at Cedar Falls/Rattlesnake Lake and Hyak. The Hyak trailhead is disabled-accessible and provides closest access to the damp, dark 2.3-mile Snoqualmie Tunnel. Hyak accesses the Lake Keechelus boat launch as well.
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