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​Central Cascades Winter Recreation Council
non-motorized winter recreation in the I-90 corridor​
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Friday, Feb. 26th, 2021

Cabin Creek extra grooming funding donation landing.

https://givenow.waparks.org/give/328468/#!/donation/checkout

Cabin Creek and Erling Stordahl are running low on budget for grooming this season. If you want continued midweek grooming for March, contribute with above link.

Important WSDOT blog posting

Important USFS Press Release - please read!

Recreate Responsibly

NEW PAGE _ CLICK HERE

New Seattle Times article 2/19/21

Easton Reload and 29 Pines out the Teanaway and Cle Elum River Campground now open with new non-motorized opportunities.

See Seattle Times article

Report from Salmon La Sac:

02/26/2021 – Friday – Salmon La Sac – 18” – 20” of new and snowing hard throughout the day, packed trail w/ sleds then groomed and set track through Cayuse CG, Salmon La Sac CG, and up to Cooper Riv., Trailhead; packed trail from Salmon La Sac Snopark to first bridge, a large tree fell on bridge and is currently blocking. We need to assess bridge for damage.

Report from Lake Easton State Park crew:

no new report, but I know they were out today!

Friday 2/19/2021  9:05 AM   27 Light Snow

 

Hyak Sledding Hill:

Sledding Hill is open and grooming is expected to continue according to schedule.

Hyak to Crystal Springs:

Grooming is expected to continue according to schedule. Conditions are good.

 

Crystal Dog Sled Trails:

Grooming is expected to continue according to schedule. Conditions are good.

 

Lake Easton State Park:

Grooming completed this morning. Trail conditions are excellent.

 

Lake Easton Reload:

Grooming cancelled today.

See general schedule button on left on PC's or at the top but near the bottom button on mobile.

Up on the I-90 corridor, please do not park in the residential neighborhoods. Or in the I-90 freeway interchanges.

Here is a spot where you can check USFS road closures

One reason we started the Facebook page is to get up to date status. Conditions change very quickly up there and not all of us are everywhere all the time. Thank you to all who participate. We keep it friendly and to topic of I-90 Sno-Parks and nordic skiing. Click on the Facebook icon above. Or search for "Central Cascades Winter Recreation Council".

If you want to see the vault toilets available for use on the P2C, call winter rec at 1-360-902-8684 or 360-902-8663.

If you see any criminal activity / vandalism / property damage on either State Park property or USFS land, call Washington State Patrol at 509-925-5303 and they will dispatch help.

Call Kittitas County sheriff for county land at 509-925-8534 (KITTCOM)

As usual, if you have a life threatening emergency, call 911.

If you need a tow, call Willetts towing in Cle Elum and they will take care of you for a nice chunk of your hard earned money. 509-674-4357. 

​CCWRC is pleased to present this source of information about the I-90 Sno-Parks in addition to other non-motorized Sno-Parks in Kittitas County. This site is created by CCWRC volunteers and those that recreate at various Sno-Parks.  CCWRC works as volunteers with Washington State Parks Sno-Park Program. 

This website is meant to compliment the Washington State Parks winter recreation website - see link below. CCWRC site is one stop shopping for events and current conditions by those very familiar with the area.

thanks for visiting!​
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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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