Central Washington

Winter Activities

Snowmobilers consider this one of the most exciting and scenic locales to tool around in. With a host of stunning views, this has become one of the most popular destinations of choice for snowmobile aficionados.

Close to Rosyln, this route is a modest climb to the ridge crest, where it opens up to beautiful views and remarkable scenery – views of the Alpine Lakes Wilderness peaks, Cle Elum Lake, and the entire eastern Cascade Mountains.

Rev ’em up. This Easton area provides a great place to turn up the speed and spray some snow. Also try out some snowshoeing!

With more than 6,000 acres of forested mountain landscape, Suncadia’s wealth of activities make for a perfect escape. A picturesque Washington State resort, with 40+ miles of hiking and biking trails, three championship golf courses, local wining & dining, and more. Suncadia offers rental equipment and coordination for excursions as well!

This summit is indeed the lift you’ve been waiting for! The Summit at Snoqualmie is the ideal winter retreat. And it’s SO CLOSE! There’s never a dull run, and there are options for all. Beginners and families can easily hone their skills, while experts can take on the challenge of steep terrain and an array of un-groomed runs.

This trail requires a long snowshoe trek before traversing the narrow trail to the summit. If you’re up for setting up camp in the snowy forest, Thorp Mountain Trail is a place of calming beauty. The route climbs steeply at times, along both the road and the trail, but generally the snowshoeing is easy.

Washington State Ski & Snowboard Museum

The Washington State Ski and Snowboard Museum honors Washington’s ski and snowboard legends, preserves this state’s ski and snowboard history, educates visitors about this rich sports story and inspires future participation in Washington State’s many and varied ski and snowboard opportunities.