There are hundreds of thousands of acres of land and water in the Greenway that offer access for a variety of recreational uses, including hiking, biking, horseback riding, skiing, climbing, hunting, camping, fishing, boating, snowmobiling, wildlife watching, geocaching, and much more. This abundance of recreational possibilities is part of what makes the Greenway such a special place.
There are over 1,000 miles of wildland trails in the Greenway that offer access for a variety of users, including hikers, equestrians, and mountain bikers.
There are over 1,000 miles of trails in the Mountains to Sound Greenway, giving the 3.3 million people in King, Kittitas, Snohomish and Pierce Counties access to magnificent recreational opportunities.
The Greenway Trails Program completes annual improvements and maintenance on over 100 miles of trails in the Greenway corridor along Interstate 90 each year. Greenway staff, conservation corps field crews and volunteers have rebuilt significant portions and made upgrades to icon trails including, , several trails on and , Granite Mountain and the new .
Working in partnership with land managers including the Washington State Department of Natural Resources, Washington State Parks, the City of Issaquah, City of Mercer Island, Seattle Public Utilities, Mt. Baker Snoqualmie National Forest and King County, the Greenway Trust engageswho donate thousands of hours each year to trail improvement projects.