Explore the Greenway Trips

Explore the Greenway Trips highlight the rich history, ecology, and recreational opportunities in the Mountains to Sound Greenway. All trips blend outdoor trips and on-the-ground education with an incredible opportunity to meet and hike/bike/float alongside other Greenway residents and passionate supporters of this region. The Greenway Trust handles all the logistics for these trips, including shuttle service from your car to the start of the hike or bike, educational opportunities along the way, route map, food, and t-shirt.

 

There are currently no Explore the Greenway Trips scheduled for 2020. Sign up for Greenway News to stay in the know about future trip opportunities, or consider joining us on our 30th Anniversary Trek, July 10-19, 2020.

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Photo Credit: Rill Adventures

Examples of Past Trips

 

Upper Yakima Float Trip
A special float trip along the Yakima River, floating the Upper Canyon between Cle Elum and Thorp. Guests rafted past basalt canyons, rolling forests, and green farmlands of the Yakima Basin with expert guides, and learned about this basin’s unique ecology and efforts to conserve it from special guest speakers.

Snoqualmie Tunnel Bike Ride
Bikers on this trip experienced an incredible 2-mile long tunnel at Snoqualmie Pass — a remnant of our railroad history — then went onto a 20-mile stretch of the Palouse to Cascade State Park Trail, providing sweeping views of the Cascades. The day closed with a lunch back at Rattlesnake Lake.

Thanks to the generous support from our Trip sponsors:


Compass Outdoor Adventures

Remlinger Farms