On Saturday, March 14, Issaquah History Museums volunteer Stephen Grate will lead an interpretive hike of the Grand Ridge mine site.
This walking tour will focus on the Grand Ridge mine operations between 1908 and 1942.
Hikers will meet at the Issaquah Depot at 10 a.m. for a brief presentation on the history of Grand Ridge’s mining actions, to be followed by a 3.5 hour hike covering three miles over moderate terrain.
Hikes are held rain or shine.
It is recommended that you bring appropriate clothing, foot gear, water and a sack lunch.
Please leave animal companions at home.
There is a fee of $6 per person for the hike, or $3 per person for members of the Issaquah History Museums.
The presentation at the depot is free to the public.
For more information call 425-392-3500 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org at the Issaquah History Museums office to obtain a hike registration form.
A form can also be downloaded from the museum’s web site at www.issaquahhistory.org