Click here to read part 1 of the story of the Patrol Races if you missed it! The year 1936 was a significant one for The Mountaineers. At the Pacific
To me, skunk cabbage (Lysichiton americanus) is one of the clearest and most fascinating signs of spring in the Northwest. In low to mid-elevation wetlands along ponds, seeps on hillsides,
Between 1930 and 1941, The Mountaineers sponsored Patrol Races, a back-country event described as 18 or 20 miles long on the crest of the Cascades between its Snoqualmie Pass Lodge
Although ski jumping in Washington is a distant memory these days, it was the most popular form of skiing in the sport’s early days. The Mountains to Sound Greenway corridor
The Northwest Railway Museum is located in the beautiful Snoqualmie Valley, which is a vital part of the new Mountains to Sound Greenway National Heritage Area. This Congressional designation recognizes
The King County Council announced today that the parks in Preston will be renamed to honor regional conservation hero Jim Ellis, a storied civic leader and founder of the Mountains
This is a profile of Sayward Glise, a former AmeriCorps member who served with the Greenway in 2010. Sayward is currently a Noxious Weed Control Specialist with the King County
Connecting people to nature is what the Mountains to Sound Greenway Trust is all about, and trails that connect communities to natural open space are vitally important to Greenway communities.