Snoqualmie River Valley

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Lessons from Tiger Mountain

Lessons from Tiger Mountain

Just off exit 20 on Interstate-90, a Tiger sleeps. And on a cold-wet day in fall, students stand in a circle at the base of the Tiger’s tail, listening to the sounds that fill the forest. I smile at the silent mouths, closed eyes, and attentive ears of the students. “We hear the sound of

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The Future of Transportation across Washington takes shape in the Snoqualmie Valley

The Future of Transportation across Washington takes shape in the Snoqualmie Valley

If we make our voices heard a major highway improvement project could become a model for how a strong economy and a strong environment don't have to be mutually exclusive. Let's ensure that crucial transportation infrastructure and safety needs are met while also preserving the scenic character and recreation access of the Mountains to Sound Greenway National Scenic Byway.

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Volunteer’s 2018 Year in Review

Volunteer’s 2018 Year in Review

Greenway Trust volunteers improved salmon habitat, built trail, maintained tread, and fostered community together this year. From Discovery Park, through the Middle Fork Valley, to Thorp Mountain and beyond, you have left a positive impact. Thank you. Your dedication inspires our vision, and your work allows our mission to be turned into action. Thank you for volunteering this year!

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Seventeen miles of new trail built in the Raging River State Forest

Seventeen miles of new trail built in the Raging River State Forest

The Washington State Department of Natural Resources (DNR) opened its new 17-mile Raging River State Forest mountain bike trail system in May. The highly anticipated opening was able to kick off the summer outdoor recreation season, thanks to a dedicated team from DNR, the Evergreen Mountain Bike Alliance, Puget Sound Corps members, and devoted community

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Carmichael Park

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34700 SE Sorenson, 98065, Snoqualmie, WA
This five-acre park has a playground for ages from 5 to 12 years old plus basketball and tennis courts. The park also has restrooms, benches, one picnic table and a huge play field. It’s perfect for family picnics or pick-up games of basketball.
Cedar Butte Trail

Cedar Butte Trail

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Olallie State Park, King County, WA
Take a short hike up a forested butte near Rattlesnake Lake to reach a beautiful summit with minimal company on the trail compared to other popular hikes in the area. The summit is forested, but there are views out toward the north looking up the Middle Fork of the Snoqualmie River, with Mount Si, Mount

Cedar River Watershed Education Center

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19901 Cedar Falls Rd SE, , WA
The Cedar River Watershed provides the majority of Seattle’s and King County’s drinking water, with 90,050 acres of forest land preserved for the municipal water supply. School children participate in watershed field trips to learn how clean water comes to their homes. A visitors center includes interpretive displays, a garden with rain drums and living

Chanticleer Park

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7114 Chanticleer Avenue SE, Snoqualmie, WA
Chanticleer Park offers play equipment, including monkey bars and a slide, as well as a picnic table. It is surrounded by a large grassy area and is a perfect place for families to congregate at the end of a long day.