Biking through the Snoqualmie Tunnel with 140 other outdoor enthusiasts should be on everyone’s bucket list. I guarantee that this icy (34 degrees!), historic, pitch-black (headlights not optional), multi-use trail tunnel (watch out for hikers and horses) will be the coolest 2.3 miles you have ever biked. After dodging a few people who had pulled
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
I can’t believe I get paid to do this. That’s all I could think of as I hauled flipcharts and boxes of markers into our meeting space in Roslyn, a historic coal mining town on the eastern slopes of the Cascade Mountains scented with ponderosa pine from the forested ridge above. I’m lucky to work
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
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.
Recreation enthusiasts are one step closer to being able to walk, bike or ride a horse from one end of the Mountains to Sound Greenway to the other. The Washington State Department of Transportation, with help from the Mountains to Sound Greenway Trust, completed the construction of a 1.25-mile section of mixed-use regional trail in
411 Main Avenue Sth, North Bend
This park has about 200 feet of frontage on the South Fork of the Snoqualmie River and is located on Bendigo Boulevard, a key gateway to the city. The Snoqualmie Valley Historical Museum and the Mount Si Senior Center are in the park.
Alpine Lakes Wilderness
Granite Mountain Trail rises steeply above the north side of Interstate 90, just west of Snoqualmie Pass. It switchbacks up through forest, avalanche tracks and huckleberry meadows, climbing into the Alpine Lakes Wilderness. The 5,629-foot summit rewards hikers with 360-degree views and a lookout tower.
324th Avenue NE and NE 11th,
This natural area is made up of 46 acres of forestland in non-contiguous parcels. The northern parcel, which is bisected by the Snoqualmie Valley Regional Trail, is the most suited to low-impact passive recreation.
7227 Hoff Avenue SE, Snoqualmie
This park offers play equipment including monkey bars, slides and a spring rider motorcycle or horse for the little ones. It also includes two benches and a table for parents to catch a break while supervising the kids.