Cabin Creek Sno-Park

Pass needed: seasonal Sno-Park permit, with a special grooming sticker or a one day pass. See permit info here.

*Exit 63

*Parking spaces, 200, parking at interchange on south side of I-90 or continue 1/4 mile down road to large lower lot.


*Groomed Sno-Park, core trail area north side of I-90. South loop accessed out of lower lot. South loop groomed once or twice a month

*Kongsberger Ski Club manages their lodge, trail maintenance and events out of this Sno-Park. 

*Very popular nordic ski area. Please leave your dog at home and please find a different Sno-Park to snowshoe. See snowshoe page.


*Sno-Park managed by USFS, Cle Elum Ranger District

*For more information call (509) 852-1100


Cabin Creek north is popular with those that love hills, curves and competition.  This area hosts a race each month and has the ongoing Headlamp Series on Wednesday nights for those having that competitive spirit, or just like skiing at night in the dark. Amabilis is for those that like a good climb. 


Cabin Creek South Loop area is the bottom part of above map.  This loop can be accessed from either parking lot, but the lower lot is larger and generally has parking available.

This area is excellent for families and snow play.  Views of the Yakima River and a small climb to the top of the knob await.

Grooming will be on occasion, not on regular schedule and the groomer may or may not set track. 

The South Loop trail system is open to snowshoes for those that wish a groomed trail experience.

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