Greenway SVT Bike Ride

Join other youth conservation leaders on a bike ride of the Snoqualmie Valley. This event is open to; YESS – Youth Engaged in Sustainable System, Burien Green Teens, Clean Water Ambassadors, Green Team / Environmental Club Members and King County Parks Youth Conservation Corps participants. It will be a chance to meet other youth leaders and conservation leaders from around the area on a fund day biking trip.


join us for a leisurely ride along the beautiful Snoqualmie Valley Trail, which parallels the river and occupies the historic path of a spur line of the Chicago, Milwaukee, St. Paul, and Pacific Railroad. Riders will have the opportunity to visit two Snoqualmie Valley farms, beginning and ending the day at Remlinger Farms and pit-stopping at Oxbow Farm & Conservation Center as the turn-around point. In total, the ride will cover 11.5 miles roundtrip on nearly flat trail. All the equipment will be provided some previous biking skills are encouraged. if you have never ridden a bike before please email before signing up. Bikes & Helmets- Provided Transpiration- there will be a drop off and pickup location form south king county. Food – Provided

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youth conservation leader, basic biking skills.


Course Length:

1 Day

Start Time:

August 20, 2022 8:00 am

End Time:

August 20, 2022 1:30 pm


High School


To make sure no one is excluded from Y.E.T.I. adventures, we offer flexible pricing on every activity. When you register on our website you will be prompted to select a price that fits your budget with no minimum requirement. You will complete the registration and payment the same way no matter which price option you select. Y.E.T.I. does not share payment information with anyone including activity leaders, and the price you select will not affect your student’s experience in the program. If you still have questions, or trouble completing registration, please contact us via our “Contact us” page.

Students should bring appropriate clothing for the weather, any medication they may need, and a positive attitude! Students do not need to provide their own activity-related gear.

All challenging activities carry inherent risks, Y.E.T.I. staff and volunteers manage risk  by using appropriate safety equipment and training, clear communication and are trained in wilderness first aid.  We make sure all students understand safety measures for each activity. We also promote “challenge by choices.” 

Our goal for every adventure is to have fun, be challenged, and try something new. No student is forced to do any activity. We support students’ decision to opt in or out of anything uncomfortable at any time. For more information on steps Y.E.T.I. takes to make all outdoor adventures safe please visit our safety information page

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