Want Alternative Transportation to Trailheads? Show Your Support for the Pilot Shuttle to Mount Si
This weekend, WTA is the sponsoring the hiker shuttle in Snoqualmie Valley. Take a hike to Little Si, Mount Si, and Teneriffe to show your support for alternative transportation options for hikers.
Washington Trails Association wants to connect people to trails, and that includes supporting alternative ways to get to trailheads. That's why we have supported this summer's pilot hiking shuttle program in Snoqualmie Valley and are sponsoring the shuttle this weekend.
So, take a hike to Little Si, Mount Si, and Teneriffe to show your support for alternative transportation options for hikers ( while also taking the pressure off of trailhead parking). It's a great way to avoid sitting in traffic, to save gas and to spend the day exploring some of the best local hiking.
How to take the SnoValley Hiking Adventure Shuttle
The weekend shuttle in Snoqualmie Valley will leave from hourly from the (free to use) downtown North Bend Park & Ride and stop at popular recreation destinations along the Mount Si Road, including the Little Si, Mount Si, and Teneriffe trailheads, June 6-Sept. 6.
A round-trip fare costs $5 (or $5.50 with a credit card).
Hourly pickups at the North Bend Park & Ride:
Make a reservation: Each shuttle trip can hold 11 passengers and reservations are recommended (but not required) if you want to make sure your group can catch the shuttle at a specific time. Reservations can be made up until midnight the night before your hike.
- Learn more about SnoValley Hiking Adventure Shuttle
- Avoid car traffic altogether. Look up how to get to the North Bend Park & Ride by bus or bike
Post-hike: North Bend is an awesome spot to end your hike. Snag a slice of pie, a burger or a pint any any number of local joints in this cool little mountain town.