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Finding a home in North Bend gives you a sense of living in the Swiss Alps. At all edges of the city, the mountains rise up out of the valley. The only thing missing is a Gondola Ride up to the summit of Mt. Si. With wilderness starting from towns edge, there are plenty of outdoor activities in all directions. Finding a home for sale in the main gateway city to the Cascade Mountains may even get your Seattleite friends asking to drop in more often during the weekends. North Bend has many modern amenities but has still managed to hold on its old town charm, keeping sweeping changes away from the historic part of town. The city celebrated its centennial in 2009. Some of the top activities are Olallie State Park, Rattlesnake Ledge Trail, Little Si Trail, Mount Si Trail, biking the Iron Horse Trail, and even visiting the Premium Outlet Stores. Other sights are popular including the Torguson Park Climbing Wall, the North Bend Centennial Murals, the Snoqualmie Valley Trail and the Snoqualmie Valley Historical Museum. North Bend has many open spaces and greenways with plans for the future development of the Burlington Northern Railroad right of way into a component of the city’s trail system. North Bend neighborhoods consist of both single-family and multi-family housing. There are even a few low density neighborhoods located along the Snoqualmie River and floodplain. Some neighborhoods have mini-parks and links to local green spaces. The last 10 years has brought in a few developments that removed all trees and built high density housing comingled with open spaces and walking trails.