The Explore the Greenway bike ride will be on Saturday, July 21. Image courtesy of mtsgreenway.com

The Explore the Greenway bike ride will be on Saturday, July 21. Image courtesy of mtsgreenway.com

Mountains to Sound Greenway hosting 20 mile bike ride

The route will pass through a two-mile railroad tunnel and have views of the Cascade mountain range.

  • Tuesday, July 10, 2018 4:05pm
  • Life

On Saturday, July 21 at 7:30am, Mountains to Sound Greenway is hosting a bike ride that passes through a 2-mile long railroad tunnel at Snoqualmie Pass. The biking trip will take you through the tunnel and then along a 20 mile stretch of the Palouse to Cascades State Park Trail, formerly known as the John Wayne Pioneer Trail, with views of the Cascades and a lunch back at Rattlesnake Lake. In total the ride will cover about 20 miles.

After meeting at Rattlesnake Lake in the morning the riders will take a shuttle with their bikes to Snoqualmie Pass. They will then bike through the railroad tunnel, along the Palouse to Cascade State Park Trail and back to Rattlesnake Lake for lunch. All riders must be at least 12 years old, and those 16 or younger must be accompanied by an adult.

You can register, or find more information, at mtsgreenway.org

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