Sunday, April 10, 2016

Celebrate Centennial Trail Southern Extension

Snohomish County Parks welcomes you to join the celebration.

The Eastside Rail Corridor is progressing with new regional connection being developed by Snohomish County.  We are all looking forward to exploring this long chain of continuous trails.


Read more about this plan on Seattle Bike Blog here:

Snohomish County buys rail corridor in major regional trail missing link


Wednesday, March 23, 2016

Comcast Cares Day, Volunteer on the Whitehorse Trail

 Come One! Come All!!

 As a volunteer force without compare, we will be conquering miles of trail.  The Parks Department is completing repair/replacement of the bridges along the trail, which gives us the go-ahead to repair the trail itself.
While the main highways have been restored for some time, the Trail has not.  What we do will open the way for visitors, and restore another piece of normalcy to the community by opening up this wonderful trail.

To Volunteer, register for the project by going to  Log in as a volunteer and search for the project: Oso Whitehorse Trail.

Plan to arrive at 8AM at the former Miller Shingle mill site, one mile west of Oso on State Route 530.  After the sign in and welcoming, people will shuttle to work sites and work from 9-12:30.  An after work lunch will be available from 12:30 to 2 PM.  You may sign up on the day of the event.

Monday, March 14, 2016

Still Time to Join the McClinchy Mile ride

 The CTCSC would like to remind everyone about the

McClinchy Mile Ride March 20, 2016
B.I.K.E.S. Club of Snohomish County invites you to explore the rural roads and quiet trails north of Seattle. Start your season on our scenic, well-supported ride  through the Stillaguamish River Valley.

B.I.K.E.S. Club of Snohomish County has been a supporter for the creation and maintenance of long distance trails in Snohomish County, and we appreciate their continued support.