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New shuttle to ease trailhead congestion

By Staff
Snoqualmie Valley Record
Valley residents can expect a pilot-program summer shuttle, starting June 6, run by Compass Outdoor Adventures and designed to ease congestion in the Mount Si Natural Resources Conservation Area.

 

Valley residents can expect a pilot-program summer shuttle, starting June 6, run by Compass Outdoor Adventures and designed to ease congestion in the Mount Si Natural Resources Conservation Area.

The weekend shuttle will leave from a downtown North Bend park-and-ride and stop at popular recreation destinations along the Mount Si Road, including the Little Si, Mount Si and Teneriffe trailheads.

Round-trip tickets cost $5 per person. Shuttle users can pre-register online and drop-ins are welcome. Shuttle runs every 30 minutes on Saturdays and Sundays during the summer.

The shuttle is a collaborative effort with the city of North Bend, Washington State Department of Natural Resources, Mountains to Sound Greenway Trust and Washington Trails Association to connect people with recreation opportunities and local businesses.

For more information and to pre-register visit: compassoutdooradventures.com/shuttle.

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