Tiger Mountain and Mount Si: Have Your Say in their Future
Washington Department of Natural Resources (DNR) wants your input on how to manage 53,000 acres of DNR state trust lands and conservation areas in the Snoqualmie Corridor.
The area encompasses lands around Tiger Mountain, Rattlesnake Mountain, Mount Si, Little Si, Mailbox Peak and the Middle Fork Snoqualmie area. (See a map).
Ever have trouble finding a place to park at a trailhead? Want more beginner trails? Loop trails? This is the time to speak up.
How do you use the DNR lands: for hiking, trail running, snowshoeing, mountain biking? The survey is an opportunity to weigh in on how you use trails, what kinds of trails you use most and what you'd like to see developed over the next 10-15 years.
The DNR has released the survey as part of a recreation planning process that began earlier this year. Its results will guide a citizen-based recreation planning committee as it works to improve recreation access and opportunities in the popular area.
Take the survey now (it takes about five minutes). Hurry, it closes on July 31, 2012.