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Posted on: October 15, 2020

Snoqualmie Valley Cities Collaborate for Safe Quarantine-o-ween Triple Treat Trek


On October 31st, from noon to 6:00 p.m., local organizations will collaborate with the cities of North Bend, Snoqualmie and Fall City to create a free, Halloween-inspired fall trek.

The Quarantine-O-Ween Triple Treat Trek will incorporate pre-made merchant-crafted goodie bags that will be placed on tables -for safe and easy pick-up in downtown North Bend by participants. A fun, search for the elusive Fall Fox logo that will be hidden throughout each community, with a contest component.

North Bend will have over 17 participating businesses and organizations creating goodie bags,  and decorating their downtown storefronts for fall. There will even be a peek-in haunted house available for window viewing at the Train Depot, courtesy of volunteers and Si View Metro Parks. In addition, the Northwest Railway Museum will be hosting the Halloween Train Excursion, departing from both the Snoqualmie Depot and the North Bend Depot for 90 minute round trips in a fall decorated train. 

No registration is required for the free Triple Treat Trek. For more information, visit

Participants are asked to wear their costumes - and their face coverings/masks - as they trek outdoors amongst other participants. 

Cities are following Washington State Safe Start guidelines to provide this safe, distanced community trek. The outdoor, socially-distanced trek will be marked and six feet of distance between treaters and trekkers will be maintained. Hand sanitizer will be provided at tables.

Triple Treat Halloween Trek

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