The Mountains to Sound Greenway Trust works closely with public land management agency partners to care for and improve the extensive trail network within the Mountains to Sound Greenway National Heritage Area. Greenway Trust staff, seasonal crew members, contractors, AmeriCorps members, partners, and volunteers work together on a wide range of trail, trailhead, and recreational site maintenance and construction projects. Our primary goals are to improve recreational access, with a sharp focus on making trails safe and sustainable and helping to reduce the impacts to the natural environment from the challenges related to overuse and population growth.  

Additionally, over the past 30+ years, the Greenway Trust has assisted with the removal and decommissioning of more than 70 miles of former forest roads, many miles of which were converted to trails. 

Rattlesnake Ledge
Rattlesnake Ledge Trail Improvements for Safety and Sustainability
Local nonprofits and volunteers teamed up to make the trail safer and more sustainable for its nearly 300,000 annual visitors.  Rattlesnake Ledge, owned and operated by Seattle Public Utilities (SPU) 
Middle Fork Gateway Bridge
Working Together to Reopen the Middle Fork Snoqualmie River Trail After a Landslide
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 to Sound Greenway National Heritage
Teanaway Love Day
Partnering to show the Teanaway Community Forest some love through volunteer work.  The Teanaway Love Day is an annual volunteer event to complete maintenance and recreation projects in the
Towns to Teanaway Trail System
A multi-use, stacked-loop, nonmotorized trail system linking the communities of Cle Elum, Roslyn, and Ronald to the Teanaway Community Forest. Located just a latte away from Seattle, the mountain communities
Gold Creek Restoration
Restoring a quarry to protect endangered fish, provide better habitat, and improve recreational opportunities.  Gold Creek, the headwaters of the upper Yakima River, originates in the Alpine Lakes Wilderness and
Enhancing the Snoqualmie Lake Trailhead
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 is a large, peaceful
Poo Poo Point Trail Reroute 
Relocating a troublesome section of trail to ensure sustainability for the future. Named for the sound of long-ago steam whistles used by loggers throughout the region, in recent years 
Squak Mountain Access Trail construction.
Rebuilding the Squak Mountain Access Trail
Putting in the work necessary to re-open this trail connection between downtown Issaquah and Squak Mountain. Connecting people to nature is what the Mountains to Sound Greenway Trust is all
Constructing the Powerlink Trail on Tiger Mountain
An exciting new option for mountain bikers within the Tiger Mountain trail system. If you have ever explored the three summits of Tiger Mountain State Forest, you know that East
Camp Brown ADA-Accessible Day Use Area
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 Fork Road, this gently meandering
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