What a year to look back upon- the 20th Anniversary of the Greenway! Looking back at all the great work that was done in 2011 by partners, volunteers, agencies, and dedicated behind-the-scenes individuals, we take pride in what we have accomplished together. Take a look and see for yourself! We are honored to share such an
There was stargazing above Rattlesnake Lake. There were campfire sing-a-longs and an uncanny rendition of “Rhinestone Cowboy.” There were blisters and cramps and cringe-worthy sunburns. And there was such extraordinary beauty that- unless you knew of the Greenway already- you would never believe it exists right in our own backyards. The Mountains to Sound Greenway
After 3 days of biking through the Greenway, on Wednesday the Trekkers said good bye to their equestrian friends, left their bikes behind and began their journey almost anew on foot. Taking their first steps from Rattlesnake Lake and making their way to Snoqualmie Point Park, the Trekkers were joined by a large group of day hikers
It was a great day to celebrate our history! The Trekker Equestrians arrived early to the event, tethering their horses nearby. While they awaited the wagons’ arrival from Crystal Springs (the location of last night’s awesome camp out- a camp out I heard was complete with s’mores and sing song fun (um, bohemian rhapsody anyone?),
Recently my love of Seattle and its surrounding communities has significantly expanded – ever since I started working for the Mountains to Sound Greenway Trust. I love working as the Volunteer Event Coordinator for the 8th Annual Mountains to Sound Greenway Summer Festival. If you don’t know about this festival already, you are really missing out.
NEW 10,273 ACRE CONSERVATION AREA LINKS MOUNT SI TO FEDERAL FORESTS Commissioner of Public Lands Peter Goldmark designated the new Middle Fork Snoqualmie Natural Resources Conservation Area (NRCA). The river valley was identified as ecologically distinguished, featuring patches of natural-origin forests, important fish and wildlife habitat, and scenic views. This natural area, with 10,273 acres within its
National Trails Day 2009 marked the completion of two years of facility improvements at the popular Little Si Trail on June 6th. Washington’s Commissioner of Public Lands Peter Goldmark (center) joined Bill Chapman, President of Mountains to Sound Greenway Trust (right) and Gwen Lewis of King County’s Road Services Division (left) for the ribbon cutting of the renovated trail system
It might have been a private office park with dramatic views for the tenants. Instead, Snoqualmie Point Park will be dedicated to the public on Saturday, October 27, 2007 in Snoqualmie, Washington and will be a major visitor attraction in the 100-mile Mountains to Sound Greenway along Interstate 90. The park gives visitors a fresh