Better play: Projects underway

A hiking trail in the Raging River State Forest area. Photo/ DNR.
A hiking trail in the Raging River State Forest area. Photo/ DNR.

Want to know how we’re building opportunities to help you enjoy Washington’s outdoors? Visit our recently launched Web page to find out about our most notable recreation projects underway. Below is an example of just one of our current projects.

Raging River State Forest
Enjoy hiking and mountain biking? We’ve got good news for you. In collaboration with Evergreen Mountain Bike Alliance, DNR is working on a new project that will provide design of Snoqualmie Point Trailhead expansion and development of about 14 miles of trail in the Raging River State Forest.

Directly across Highway 18 from Tiger Mountain and in the Mountains to Sound Greenway, this future trail system will provide one of the most popular destinations for hikers and bikers in the entire state. Future connector trails will link to our existing 17-mile mountain bike trail system in East Tiger Mountain, King County’s Taylor Mountain Forest, and the communities of Snoqualmie and North Bend.

For more information on this project, contact our Snoqualmie Corridor Recreation Manager Sam Jarrett by phone at 206-375-0448 or by email at Sam.jarrett@dnr.wa.gov.

To learn about 12 other projects underway across the state of Washington, visit our website: www.dnr.wa.gov/projects. Another way to get information is to sign up for our monthly recreation e-newsletter.

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