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Each year, the Mountains to Sound Greenway Trust recognizes and celebrates collaborative recreation projects around the region for land conservation, ecological restoration, and recreation. This year, the Tennant Trailhead Park project was recognized as an example of successful multi-agency collaboration in their “Parade of Accomplishments,” an annual celebration of successful projects across the Greenway.
The Tennant Trailhead Park project site on the flank of Rattlesnake Mountain was conserved with the help of Trust for Public Land. Working alongside the original stewards of the area, the Snoqualmie Tribe, the 32-acre site has been developed into a park with beginner friendly mountain biking and hiking trails by Si View Metro Parks, the City of North Bend, King County Parks, and Evergreen Mountain Bike Alliance.
Trail signs in this park will be marked in Lushootseed language, and with artful displays and tips for respectful recreation practices. In the future, this park will link to the Raging River trail system. We look forward to celebrating the opening of Tennant Trailhead Park in the spring of 2024 with project partners and our community!
View Tennant Trailhead Park and all of the Parade of Accomplishments by visiting the Mountains to Sound Greenway blog.
Pictured here, at the November 1 Mountains to Sound Greenway annual celebration: Mitsu Iwasaki, with the Trust for Public Land, Michael Ross and Bethany Fackrell, with the Snoqualmie Tribe, Yvonne Kraus, with the Evergreen Mountain Bike Alliance, North Bend Mayor McFarland, Mike McCarty, with the City of North Bend, and Travis Stombaugh, with the Si View Metropolitan Parks District.