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==Understand==  
 
==Understand==  
 
The Mountains to Sound Greenway Trust website has good background information on the area and many online publications [http://www.mtsgreenway.org/newsandpublications].
 
  
 
==Prepare==  
 
==Prepare==  
  
 
==Get in==  
 
==Get in==  
 
I-90 is the main corridor through the Greenway. One hour's drive is all it takes to get from Seattle to Snoqualmie Pass, but you can easily spend several days exploring and hiking.
 
  
 
==Go/Walk/Drive/...==
 
==Go/Walk/Drive/...==
 
Mountaineers Books has published "55 Hikes Around Snoqualmie Pass," [http://www.mountaineersbooks.org/productdetails.cfm?PC=361] an excellent hiking reference. MTSG has an online Geology Tour Guide available at their website, too [http://www.mtsgreenway.org/newsandpublications].
 
  
 
==Stay safe==
 
==Stay safe==

Revision as of 19:15, 23 October 2006

Mountains to Sound Greenway, [1] Interstate 90 over Snoqualmie Pass in the state of Washington is unique in the Interstate Highway system in the US, in that it is a designated National Scenic Byway. The Mountains To Sound Greenway Trust has acted to protect the route of I-90 from Seattle to Thorp, WA, which is the portion of I-90 through the Cascade Mountain Range. Many scenic and unique places in the Cascades can be quickly and easily accessed from the Seattle area via the Mountains to Sound Greenway and I-90. For example, Snoqualmie Pass is only a one hour drive from downtown Seattle (in good weather).

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