Our Work in the Middle Fork Snoqualmie Valley

A broad coalition, including public land managers, conservation and recreation groups, and local citizens, has spent years designing a plan that balances conservation and ecological health with increased human visitation in the Middle Fork Snoqualmie Valley. 

In partnership with public land managers, our commitment extends far beyond construction of new recreation infrastructure. Ongoing maintenance, invasive weed removal, and storm damage repairs are of vital importance to sustain the ecological health of this Wild and Scenic River watershed. This cooperative model between public agencies and private citizens sets an extraordinary example of local communities coming together to care for public lands into the future. 

Featured Projects

Extensive repairs and a path reroute enable this popular trail to reopen after a three-year closure. If you’re a seasoned recreationist within the Mountains
Learn More Working Together to Reopen the Middle Fork Snoqualmie River Trail After a Landslide
Trailhead improvements, including the addition of restroom facilities, expanded parking, and new signage, help to keep up with use on this popular trail. Snoqualmie Lake&
Learn More Enhancing the Snoqualmie Lake Trailhead
Camp Brown Day Use Area offers a family-friendly and accessible place to experience the scenic Middle Fork Snoqualmie Valley. Located approximately 11 miles down the Middle
Learn More Camp Brown ADA-Accessible Day Use Area
Looking back on how the Granite Creek trail came to be, starting with a road decommissioning effort Northeast of the ever-popular Mailbox Peak Trail in
Learn More A Story of Collaboration: Looking Back on the Granite Creek Road-to-Trail Project
A family-friendly loop trail within the Middle Fork Snoqualmie Valley. For two decades, the Mountains to Sound Greenway Trust and our partners contemplated the emergence
Learn More A Great Year-Round Destination: Oxbow Loop Trail
A new trail in the Middle Fork Snoqualmie Valley that was 15 years in the making. Thanks to a partnership between the Mountains to Sound Greenway
Learn More Building the Garfield Ledges Trail in the Middle Fork Valley
Looking back on the re-decking of the iconic Middle Fork Gateway Bridge, and how it came to be in the first place. The Gateway Bridge –
Learn More The Gateway Bridge – A Continuation of a 25 Year Story
Did you know that the Greenway Trust helped build the famous Mailbox Peak trail? After three summers of construction work, the new Mailbox Peak trail
Learn More Building the New Trail to Mailbox Peak

The Future of the Middle Fork is in Our Hands

Funding for management of public lands has declined precipitously over recent years despite continually increasing use. Our Middle Fork Campaign is a collaborative solution to address funding gaps and ensure a sustainable future for this beautiful place.