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Eight kiosks have been constructed across the Greenway! Visitors to some of the Greenway's major recreation and visitor sites on public lands are now able to enjoy information about trails, safety, conservation efforts, and the natural history of the Greenway landscape.
Points of Interest Mercer Island Park on the Lid
The Mercer Island Park on the Lid marks the eastern most kiosk. The Mountains to Sound trail runs through the park connecting to Seattle on the west and Bellevue to the east. The park itself is a lid that covers part of I-90 and provides excellent recreational opportunities.
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Points of Interest West Tiger Mountain/Tradition Plateau
This kiosk is located at the popular trailhead to West Tiger Mountain. Located just minutes outside of Seattle, Bellevue, Issaquah and other urban areas you can quickly immerse yourself in beautiful natural surroundings.
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Points of Interest Mount Si
This mountain, being the most popular hiking destination in Washington State, needs little introduction. The trail provides an eight mile round trip climb to sweeping views of the surrounding natural areas, cities, working farms, and forests in this picturesque part of the Greenway.
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Points of Interest Snoqualmie Point Park
Snoqualmie Point Park is located just to the northwest of the Rattlesnake Mountain trailhead. It provides sweeping (ADA accessible) views of the Snoqualmie valley and surrounding mountains.
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Points of Interest Rattlesnake Mountain
This kiosks marks the western end of Rattlesnake Mountain, sometimes called Rattlesnake Ridge. Rattlesnake Mountain offers fantastic natural scenery. The Rattlesnake Mountain Trailhead is owned by the U.S. Forest Service and maintained by the City of Snoqualmie.
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Points of Interest Rattlesnake Ledge
The Greenway Kiosk by Rattlesnake Ledge is a great jumping off point for your adventure. Nearby is Rattlesnake Ledge a scenic rock face offering challenging hiking and sweeping views. Those interested in a more relaxed visit can walk along Rattlesnake Lake to the fun and informative Cedar River Municipal Watershed Education Center. Alternatively you can head out on an bicycle adventure along the John Wayne Trail, which runs through the long and narrow Iron Horse State Park.
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Points of Interest Iron Horse State Park at Hyak
The Iron Horse State Park is a long and narrow park that contains the John Wayne Pioneer Trail. The John Wayne Pioneer Trail is excellent for biking.
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Points of Interest Wye Park
Wye Park is located in the City of Cle Elum. From here you can easily visit the interesting museums, shops, and parks that the city has to offer. Alternatively you can head north on the Coal Mines Trail or west on the John Wayne Pioneer trail. Cle Elum is also a great jumping off point for further flung adventures in the beautiful Teanaway area.
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Eight kiosks have been constructed across the Greenway! Visitors to some of the Greenway's major recreation and visitor sites on public lands are now able to enjoy information about trails, safety, conservation efforts, and the natural history of the Greenway landscape. In addition to on-site viewing, visitors will be able to use their iPhones, Droids or Blackberries to take photos and scan QR codes of trail maps and other site-specific information to help them navigate their user experience.

Each kiosk tells a story of the landscape around it. Learn how a park was built on top of a freeway at Mercer Island's Lid Park. At Tiger Mountain, Mt.Si and Rattlesnake Mountain trailheads, discover how state trust forest lands fund local governments and public schools as well as provide recreation and wildlife habitat. Find out more about the spectacular preservation of Snoqualmie Point Park. Marvel at the wonders of the largest protected watershed in the nation at Rattlesnake Ledge trailhead. Uncover railroad history and other historic transportation methods of Snoqualmie Pass in Cle Elum and at Hyak.

Greenway Kiosk in Cle Elum
Greenway Kiosk in Cle Elum


The kiosks are funded by a grant from the National Scenic Byways program and a gift from Jim Ellis, Founding President of the Greenway Trust, as well as additional support from Jones & Jones Architects+Landscape Architects+Planners and The Trust for Public Land.

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