Pass needed: Seasonal Sno-Park permit with the special grooming sticker, or a day pass in conjunction with a Discover Pass (seasonal or day pass). See permit info here.
Directions: I-90 Exit 54. Turn south at off-ramp (from Seattle, make a right turn off the freeway. From Cle Elum, make a left turn) to the intersection. Turn left, go about 1/4 mile towards WSDOT maintenance yard and turn right. Sno-Park is on first right heading up the short hill.
*Parking spaces, 145
*Groomed sledding hill
*Marked snowshoe route
*Groomed ski trail with skate platform and set tracks connecting to Crystal Springs Sno-Park via the newly renamed "Palouse to Cascades State Park Trail"
*Snoqualmie Nordic Ski Club's home base.
*No dogs allowed at all. ever. never. none.
*Sno-Park managed by Lake Easton State Park
*Recorded message line: (509) 656-2230
Hyak Sno-Park is an old Milwaukee railroad stop within the Palouse to Cascades State Park Trail. In the winter it is a very popular Sno-Park with easy access, sledding hill and groomed ski trail.
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Click on map to download a "geopdf" and can be used in your iPhone or Android with the app called "Avenza Maps" by Avenza and have GPS capabilities.