Mountains to Sound Greenway


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Mountains to Sound Greenway

Address:c/o Mountains to Sound Greenway Trust
911 Western Ave, Suite 523
Seattle, WA 98104

Phone:206-382-5565
Web: www.mtsgreenway.org Description:Greenway features dramatically different landscapes, including the dry plateaus of eastern Washington, the rugged Cascade mountains, forestlands and rural farms, and the city of Seattle on Puget Sound. Along the way, travellers can visit historic logging and mining towns and enjoy numerous scenic spots for outdoor recreation. The I-90 right-of-way can be traveled by bicycle for the entire length of the greenway, including separated and landscaped trails along urban portions of the highway. Many recreational trails exist along the corridor in lands managed by the US Forest Service, the State Department of Natural Resources, State Parks, and private lands.
Legth: 100 miles. Start/Endpoint: Byway runs along I-90 from Thorp west to Seattle, passing through the towns of Easton, North Bend, and Issaquah. Time to Allow: 2 hours. Designation/Year: National Scenic Byway (1998).

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Krivanec also serves on the board of the Mountains to Sound Greenway Trust.
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About The Mountains to Sound Greenway The Mountains to Sound Greenway connects natural areas, trails, working farms and forests, historic towns and communities, wildlife habitat and recreation opportunities from Seattle across the Cascade Mountains to Central Washington.
We are proud to join forces with organizations such as the Mountains to Sound Greenway Trust and provide our employees regular opportunities to participate in these important restoration projects," said Quadrant Homes president Ken Krivanec.
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The Mountains to Sound Greenway Trust is a partnership of citizens, landowners, public agencies and local governments working to protect and enhance the green landscapes connecting Puget Sound to the east side of the Cascades.
Jewell presently serves as president of the Puget Sound Chapter of Robert Morris Associates and treasurer of the Mountains to Sound Greenway Trust.
Jewell presently serves as president of the Washington Council for Economic Education and treasurer of the Mountains to Sound Greenway Trust.