Snoqualmie Corridor: Many ways to play

Ever taken a hike up Mount Si, mountain biked on Tiger Mountain, or watched hang gliders launch from Poo Poo Point?

Mt. Si Natural Resources Conservation Area in eastern King County is one of the many accessible areas managed by DNR. Photo: Tom Werner

Millions of people live within 30 minutes of the Snoqualmie Corridor, a recreation haven that includes 120 miles of trails, class III whitewater, class 5 rock climbing, and pristine hiking and picnicking areas.

Off-the-Grid Trail in Tiger Mountain State Forest.
Mountain biker enjoying the Off-the-Grid Trail in Tiger Mountain State Forest. Photo: Robin Fay.

All of these opportunities — and more — just got a lot better with DNR’s adoption of the Snoqualmie Corridor Recreation Plan, which will enable DNR to further develop recreation opportunities in the corridor’s 53,500 acres of DNR-managed natural areas and state trust lands.

In partnership with volunteers, partners, and local communities, DNR will use this plan to guide recreation in the corridor for the next 10 to 15 years.

For more information, take a look at the Snoqualmie Corridor Recreation Plan.

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