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Click on map to download. It is a "geopdf" and can be used in your iPhone or Android with the app called "Avenza Maps" by Avenza and have GPS capabilities.

Erling Stordahl trail system is a small gem with hills, curves, flats and scenery.  This trail system was developed by the Sons of Norway and partnered with Ski for Light.  When Ski for Light has events, dual tracks are set side by side.

To access this system, exit going up the small hill (skier exit) out of the parking lot, turn right and then enter to the left just across from the snowmobile exit.  This the main entrance into Erling Stordahl.

Crystal Springs Sno-Park
Erling Stordahl Trail System

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

*Exit 62

*Parking spaces, a lot, available in first and last lots on left as you enter the Sno-Park

*Sani-cans

*Erling Stordahl is skier only on groomed trails, no dogs, no snowshoes, no walking

*Parking shared with snowmobiles but separated parking areas (at front and at back)

*unmarked snowshoe routes. Sometimes routes are stomped out by the Mountaineers or other volunteers. Map on this page shows the main routes in purple - dashed.

 

From Sno-Park - Access to:

Seattle Mountaineers Meany Lodge

Erling Stordahl Trails and Trollhaugen Lodge

Sled Dog Trails

Palouse to Cascades State Park Trail, connecting to Hyak Sno-Park or Lake Easton Sno-Park.

 

Sno-Park managed by Lake Easton State Park

Recorded message line: (509) 656-2230​, ski trails on USFS managed land

To report criminal activity call 911 to be routed to dispatch.

 

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created 2013 by volunteers with no budget and no authority.

Please direct Sno-Park program questions and issues to winter@parks.wa.gov.

WARNING – Recreating in the winter is inherently dangerous and can be deadly! There are many dangers including avalanches, hypothermia, route finding and getting stuck in the snow.

By accessing this page you acknowledge these dangers.

BE PREPARED before you leave home!

Conditions change quickly! It can be wet, sunny, or snowing all in the same hour.

During the ongoing Covid-19 pandemic, continue to follow the latest guidance from local, state, and federal health officials. Avoid unnecessary risks that could impact first responders and stress medical resources.  Wear a mask when appropriate, practice social distancing, and consider recreating closer to home

 

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