gliding

When skiing on groomed trails please...

  • Leave dogs at home (unless it’s a designated dog trail.) 

  • When stopping, move to the side of the trail.

  • Obey all signs including one-way trail designations.

  • Give downhill skiers the right-of-way.  Don’t pass going down-hill.

  • Ski within your ability (the more you ski, the better you’ll get!)

  • Single file to the right on a crowded trail.

  • Let folks know you’re passing with a pleasant warning.

  • If you fall, fill it in!

  • Don’t litter:  take out what you bring in.

  • Make sure you have all required passes or permits.

backcountry ski opportunities

While this website is focused on the Sno-Parks and grooming opportunities, there are places to venture into the back country.  Many destinations are found out of all Sno-Parks, but primarily Crystal Springs and Gold Creek Sno-Parks within I-90.

 

East of I-90, Blewett Pass has a multitude of great backcountry destinations and you may want to check out Salmon La Sac in the voluntary non-motorized areas.  See Sno-Parks pages for maps.​

 

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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. 

 

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