Washington State Parks & Recreation
Washington State Parks & Recreation1111 Israel Road SW
Olympia, Washington 98504
Mount Si Trail is located in North Bend, about 45 minutes northeast of Seattle Southside. To get there, drive through North Bend and enjoy the sights, the outlet mall, small shops and restaurants and the beautiful scenery. Park at the Mount Si Natural Resources Conservation Area parking lot to start your hike. Mount Si is part of the Cascade Mountain range and the climb to the top is 4,167 feet and 4 miles to the summit plateau. The vertical elevation change is about 3,700 feet. The hike begins in a conifer forest and climbs to the site of an old burn where new trees are growing, There is a small stream and large rocks set along the walking path. About a mile in it starts to get steeper and there is a view point and then a resting point with benches to take a breather and a water break. Enjoy the journey to the top of Mount Si, and take in all of the breathtaking views when you reach your destination!
Take in the Wildlife and Amazing Views at Mt. Si in North Bend
Saint Edward State Park is a 316-acre day-use park with 3,000 feet of freshwater shoreline on Lake Washington. Walks along the undeveloped lake shore are peaceful and give many opportunities for nature study, including the chance to see bald eagles, otters, and other animals.
Squak Mountain State Park is a 1,545-acre day-use park just outside of Issaquah and a short 15-minute drive from Seattle. This forested park, a wilderness with glimpses of Issaquah below, has miles of winding trails alongside bubbling creeks and narrow ravines.
Saltwater State Park Earth Day Celebration
Friends of Saltwater State Park are hosting activities all day long on April 23, beginning with a morning scuba dive! There will also be forest…
Saltwater State Park Earth Day Celebration25205 8th Place
Des Moines, Washington 98198