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John Wayne Pioneer Trail

The John Wayne Pioneer Trail in Iron Horse State Park is the backbone of the Greenway trail system. This former Milwaukee Road railway bed traverses much of the Greenway, and includes spectacular scenery, campsites and a 2-mile rail tunnel under Snoqualmie Pass.

The John Wayne Pioneer Trail in Iron Horse State Park is the backbone of the Greenway trail system. This former Milwaukee Road railway bed traverses much of the Greenway, and includes spectacular scenery, campsites and a 2.3 mile rail tunnel under Snoqualmie Pass. From the western terminus at Rattlesnake Lake near North Bend and just south of I-90, the hiking, biking, equestrian and cross-country ski trail heads east all the way across the state. Access points are Rattlesnake Lake (I-90 exit 32), Olallie State Park (I-90 exit 38), McClellan Butte (I-90 exit 42), Annette Lake (I-90 exit 47), Hyak (I-90 exit 54), Lake Easton (I-90 exit 71) and Cle Elum (I-90 exit 84.) Call 360-902-8844 to request a John Wayne Pioneer Trail map.

This trail is maintained by Washington State Parks.

Outdoor Recreation John Wayne Pioneer Trail
The John Wayne Pioneer Trail in Iron Horse State Park is the backbone of the Greenway trail system. This former Milwaukee Road railway bed traverses much of the Greenway, and includes spectacular scenery, campsites and a 2-mile rail tunnel under Snoqualmie Pass.
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