Central Washington

Winter Activities

This locale is near Easton, and you can enjoy 10 miles of varied terrain on excellently groomed trails. This trail system is perfect for family fun, challenging your skills, and of course, a day of great of exercise. And while you’re here, you can ski up Amabilis Mountain — a glistening summit ridge of 4,554 ft!

Near Roslyn, this trail represents classic Cascades snowshoeing. Your steep climb through thick forest grants you a great payoff: 360 degree views of Mt. Rainier, the Stuart Range, and the Teanaways. And, the slopes are well forested and sheltered, so avalanche hazards are minimal.

Hyak Sno-Park

Not affiliated with The Summit a Snoqualime, Hyak Sno-Park is in the Snoqualmie area. This area is great for nearly all your favorite winter activities. eatures 7 miles of non-motorized trails for snowshoeing, cross country skiing, sledding, and more.

This terrain near Cle Elum is indeed a backcountry adventure. The rewards of this challenging day in the snow are spectacular views of the jagged Stuart Range. This route lets snowshoers deeply appreciate the impressive summits as they find their way up the Teanaway Valley.

Close to Easton, this snowshoe route is all about the climb. At times the trail is broad and not too difficult at all, but if you wish to employ your climbing prowess, you can head straight to the open slopes.

Now this is high-end, backcountry snowshoeing! A tough day in the snow, however, allows the determined adventurer to really earn his or her scenic rewards: views of the entire eastern half of the Snoqualmie Pass area, including the snow-covered summits of Mount Catherine and Tinkham Peak.

Near Cle Elum, this snopark system is ideal for cross-country touring. Close to Blewett Pass, here you can enjoy the serene stillness of winter in the Northwest. Offering 57 miles of marked, un-groomed cross-country ski/snowshoe trails. Approximately 20 parking spaces.