We’ve got new trail opportunities flying your way

This month a helicopter delivered two trail bridges in the Snoqualmie Corridor. Watch along with us via the clips below.

Granite Creek Trail, Middle Fork Snoqualmie Natural Resources Conservation Area (NRCA), near North Bend


With the addition of a 40-foot bridge over Mine Creek River, the popular 5-mile hiker-only trail will better serve visitors for years to come.

Climbing Trail, East Tiger Mountain, near Issaquah


This 4-mile trail is expected to open Spring 2016, and it will be well worth the wait. This primarily mountain biking trail provides a more direct ascent to higher elevation trails within the 15-mile East Tiger Mountain trail system. With the new trail, mountain bikers won’t need to navigate forest roads to make the climb. Until then, please be aware of timber harvest activities while biking on roads in East Tiger Mountain.

Want a closer look at our plans for fun and safe trips to DNR rec sites in the Snoqualmie Corridor? Check out our Snoqualmie Corridor Recreation Plan, which we published in March.

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