Explore the Greenway Trips


Join us for unique, behind-the-scenes opportunities to explore the Greenway. We have selected some of the most iconic (and scenic!) stretches in the Greenway and created special trips that allow you to experience some of the treasures of our region.

Check back soon for 2019 trip dates to be announced!





2018 TRIPS

June 9 | Kittitas Hike and Bike Trip | New Trip!
Explore the spectacular forests and canyons of central Washington while learning about recent conservation efforts. Start with a short hike in the Teanaway Community Forest to a unique geologic formation. Then grab a local lunch and bike through scenic canyonlands along 20 miles of the Palouse to Cascade State Park Trail. Space is limited. Registration is now closed.



Photo Credit: Ray Lapine

June 23 | Rails ‘n Trails Pedaling Tour
Savor the beautiful Snoqualmie Valley. Start the morning with a historic train ride before we grab our bikes and pedal through forest and farmland on 20 miles of the Snoqualmie Valley Trail. Sample local food, meet farmers, hear stories from the past, and discover the magic that this valley, just outside of Seattle, has to offer.
Registration is now closed.



Photo Credit: Ray Lapine

July 21 | Snoqualmie Tunnel Bike Ride
Our popular bike trip is back! Discover this incredible 2-mile long tunnel at Snoqualmie Pass – a remnant of our railroad history. The biking trip will take you through the tunnel’s cool darkness onto a 20-mile stretch of the Palouse to Cascade State Park Trail, providing sweeping views of the Cascades and then a lunch back at Rattlesnake Lake. Registration is now closed.


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 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.

Thanks to the generous support from our Trip sponsors:

Compass Outdoor Adventures













Remlinger Farms