Registration Open for Explore the Greenway's Snoqualmie Tunnel Bike Ride
July 6, 2012
Time is running out - register today for the July 14 bike ride through the Snoqualmie Tunnel with Explore the Greenway.
Discover this incredible two-mile long tunnel at Snoqualmie Pass - a remnant of our railroad history. The biking trip will take riders through the tunnel's cool darkness and onto a 20-mile stretch of the John Wayne Pioneer Trail, providing sweeping views of the Cascades, chances to learn about local history and ecology from the on-the-ground experts, and a barbecue at Rattlesnake Lake.
Explore the Greenway will handle all the logistics, including shuttle service, directions, and post trip barbecue.
A $25 pre-registration is required at mtsgreenway.org.
Space is limited so register soon to reserve your spot on these trips. Bring your friends and family and enjoy a great day out in the Greenway.
Can't make this one? Join Explore the Greenway on August 4 as they hike across Rattlesnake Mountain.
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