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Olallie (Phase 1)

Location: North Bend, WA
Trail: Olallie
Chapter: Statewide
New Mileage: 8.6 miles
Status: In Progress
Completion Date: 09/01/2017

A unique inter-agency agreement between Washington State Parks and Washington Department of Natural Resources has allowed Evergreen Mountain Bike Alliance, Mountains to Sound Greenway, the Unites States Forest Service, and the Cedar River Water Shed to collaborate on a 17-mile (total) out-and-back trail with viewpoints of the Snoqualmie corridor, topping out at 3,800’.

Beginning 2 miles into the John Wayne Trail, the 8.6 mile trail plan is being executed by builders from Evergreen (constructing the western 4.9 miles) with the remaining 3.7 miles being completed by Mountains to Sound Greenway.  Currently, Evergreen trailbuilders have two excavators on site and have built trail to the planned terminus. The completion date is slated for June 30, 2017, but Evergreen crews hope to finish earlier in spring 2017. Volunteer work is needed; please consider joining crews for a work party.

The Ollalie project provides another multi-use recreation opportunity in the Snoqualmie corridor for outdoor enthusiasts seeking big mountain climbs and valley views with an exciting descent. Lower elevation trails also allow for year-round recreating opportunities. 

Evergreen crews hope to have the Olallie trail open in May 2017.

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