Central Cascades Winter Recreation Council
Asahel Curtis and Lake Annette Trailhead Sno-Parks,
Pass needed: Seasonal Sno-Park permit or a day pass. See permit info here.
*I-90, Exit 47 (west of summit), see WSDOT cam photo -- it is the plowed road on the left. From Seattle, take Exit 47, turn left for Asahel Curtis and go over freeway, turn right onto Denny Creek road, USFS 9035. Sno-Park starts after the freeway interchange - it begins as you turn right onto Denny Creek road.
* about 60 spaces ? not sure. Park on only one side of the road. The Sno-Park is the plowed portion.
* snowshoe, some snow play
* dogs OK
Lake Annette Trailhead Sno-Park parking:
turn right (south) after exiting freeway. Road is narrow, be prepared for potholes.
*Sno-Parks managed by USFS, Snoqualmie Ranger District
Lake Annette Trailhead is new this year. Limited snow play.