Salmon La Sac Sno-Park

Pass needed: Seasonal Sno-Park permit or a day pass.  See permit info here.

*Parking spaces; any pull out along the road past the Last Resort, shared with motorized. There is a big area to park near the end of the plowed road, turn right and descend a short distance into the big area.

The whole road past Last Resort is a Sno-Park permit is required zone. Please only park where posted.

*Sani-cans

*Snow play, snow shoe, backcountry skiing, voluntary non-motorized areas, and groomed snowmobile trails.

 

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

*For local conditions: (509) 852-1100

Salmon La Sac is located in the beautiful Cle Elum valley at the head of Lake Cle Elum going north on SR 903. The parking lot is shared with snowmobiles, but skiers and snowshoers have the giant Salmon La Sac campground to themselves.

 

This area has a more open forest compared to the west side and opportunities for off trail exploring.

 

Check out the voluntary non-motorized roads to the east.  You can climb for hours and views are frequent.  Opportunities exist for backcountry turns up high.

 

This area often receives snow when it may be raining on Snoqualmie Pass.

 

Salmon La Sac is scheduled for grooming on Fridays and Mondays. Snowshoers please stay off to the edge of the grooming, but this area is open enough to explore without snowshoeing on the ski grooming.

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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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