Olallie State Park

Twin Falls Olallie State Park

Instagram photo of Twin Falls by @caro_french (Caroline French). Olallie State Park is over 2,000 acres of day activities including rock climbing, biking, hiking, and fishing!  You can even reach the Palouse to Cascades Trail from Olallie. Over eight miles are mountain biking trails/mixed use trails, six miles of hiking trails, several different locations for … Read more

Preston Snoqualmie Trail

Preston Snoqualmie Trail

Instagram photo by Nadya Klimenko @n_klimenko12 Preston Snoqualmie Trail is a 5.6-mile one-way trail that can be hiked or biked in two parts with several amazing viewpoints! This mostly flat and paved trail is a rail to trail path that connects Preston and Snoqualmie.  This trail can be hiked, biked or open to equestrians! It … Read more

Middle Fork Road Reopens

Taylor River Trail Marten Creek Falls

Feature Photo of Martens Creek Crossing on the Taylor River Trail in early June, 2019. The Snoqualmie River Middle Fork Road (Forest Road 56), closed in December, 2019 due to a landslide, has been reopened!  Great news for hikers, mountain bikers, and climbers.  This closure was approximately 9 miles past the Mailbox Peak trailhead.  Now … Read more

Snoqualmie Point Park

SnoqualmiePointPark Trailhead

Feature Instagram Photo: Legendary Landscape of the Snoqualmie Point Trail.  Photo by @lunaathleisure. As we start to settle back into a normal routine, a few of our favorite hiking and biking trails are back open! Snoqualmie Point Park and Trailhead is a gorgeous eight-acre park that offers “One of the regions grandest views of the … Read more

Come enjoy North Bend Outdoors Starting May 5th!

Meadowbrook Farm and Mt Si

Photo: Tollgate Farm and Mt Si.  Instagram photo by @shrededdie As of May 5th, 2020, many Washington State and other parks near North Bend which were closed due to coronavirus are reopening for hiking and day use (no camping).  Come to North Bend and enjoy the following: Mt Si Natural Resources Conservation Area (includes Mt … Read more

Otter Falls

Otter Falls

Spring and early summer are the best seasons for the hike to Otter Falls which offers many beautiful views with a breathtaking 500-foot waterfall at the end.  You’ll start your eleven-mile round trip hike from Snoqualmie Lake Trailhead with a gorgeous view of the Taylor River.  This old logging road offers beautiful green views of … Read more

Snoqualmie Tunnel Bike Ride

Snoqualmie Tunnel

Are you ready to plan your next biking adventure?  The Snoqualmie Tunnel opens for the summer season in May.  You can enjoy the Snoqualmie Tunnel in two ways – on a Compass Outdoor Adventures group adventure or ride through the Snoqualmie Tunnel on your own.  The Compass Outdoor Adventures Snoqualmie Tunnel Bike Ride Adventure will … Read more