Middle Fork Snoqualmie River


Stewardship - Middle Fork Snoqualmie River

The King County Noxious Weeds Control Program invites lovers of the outdoors to learn how to identify and remove invasive plants and to do trail surveys to find noxious weed infestations when they are small.

  • Sat, Jun 18, 2016
  • Stewardship Partners Committee
  • Day Hiking, Stewardship, Environmental Awareness
  • 20-30 Somethings, Adults, Singles, Families, Retired Rovers, Youth
  • Moderate
  • Easy
  • Mileage: 12.0 mi
  • Elevation Gain: 300 ft

When: Saturday, June 18th at 9:00 AM. We don't have a set schedule or a mileage goal. We generally decide by consensus when to turn back. Be prepared for a full day of hiking.

Where: North Bend Park and Ride at Scott's Dairy Freeze


King County's Weed Watchers Program trains volunteers to identify, map and control invasive species along backcountry trails and campsites. Volunteers gain skills in plant identification, enjoy scenic hikes and contribute important data to the U.S. Forest Service. The goal of our group hikes is to get people confident with surveying trails so they can do surveys independently. All skill levels and backgrounds are welcomed.

For more information about the Weed Watchers program, visit http://www.kingcounty.gov/environment/animals-and-plants/noxious-weeds/weed-watchers.aspx.


participants will earn:

leaders will earn:


Middle Fork Snoqualmie River

  • Green Trails Skykomish No. 175

    Trails Illustrated Alpine Lakes Wilderness

    Green Trails Mt Si No. 174

    Green Trails Stevens Pass No. 176

    Green Trails Snoqualmie Pass No. 207

    Green Trails Middle Fork Snoqualmie No. 174SX

    Alpine Lakes Wilderness (ALPS)
  • See full route/place details.
Required Equipment

Required Equipment

Don’t forget: Dress for the weather, whatever that will be. Don’t forget sunblock. Bring your allergy medications and tell us about any allergies or medical conditions you have. Wear sturdy hiking shoes. Bring plenty of water for the day, a lunch and plenty of snacks to keep you going. Survey forms, your smartphone and weed identification guides will be good if you want to follow along and practice.

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