Fruits of partnership and cooperation are all around us in the Greenway. It has taken many partners to create the Mountains to Sound Greenway that we see and cherish today: conservationists, recreationists, business leaders, government agencies, community activists, engaged citizens, and volunteers. All united by a love of this place, and a commitment to conserving it and making it better for everyone. Let's celebrate the highlights of 2017.
Goodbye, potholes. The High Point Trailhead on Tiger Mountain just got some well-deserved TLC. Freshly paved and striped, and with a turnaround for buses, this popular trailhead is more accessible than ever.
A much-anticipated new trail ascending across Mt. Washington just opened, providing recreation access to scenic, mountainous terrain just east of North Bend.
After four years of construction, the Middle Fork Road is now open! The reconstruction of this once notorious pothole-filled access road now provides safe and family-friendly access to this ‘wilderness in our backyard’ for the first time.
As our new Community Coordinator in upper Kittitas County Nicky will work closely with the community and organizations to build and strengthen connections between local communities and public lands on the eastern half of the Greenway.
We tested out the new Trailhead Direct shuttle this weekend, exploring the many trails of Tiger Mountain without needing a car.
The Washington State Legislature failed to pass a capital construction budget, resulting in far-reaching impacts across our region. Vital projects are delayed indefinitely or could even be canceled.
For the first time in a decade, the Middle Fork Valley’s signature trail has been reopened, after the community came together to repair a major washout. The Middle Fork Trail now offers a spectacular experience for all kinds of adventurers.