Thanks to our volunteers!

February 26, 2014

Our volunteers are the secret to success for the Winter Snowshoe Program at Snoqualmie Pass. We won’t be able to cater to our guests without the hard work of our staff. With that said, it’s very rewarding when we see that the public also recognize this. A few days ago, I saw a trip report on the WTA website from someone that joined one of our snowshoe walk thru Commonwealth Basin, and the following quote summarizes the typical feedback we get from the public:

Our guide was very informative about the wildlife and the forest as we hiked through it. If you have the opportunity to join one of these guided hikes I highly recommend it.

You can see the full report here.

The volunteer leading the walk that day was Chuck Davis, a veteran in our staff. Besides his collaborations to the Volunteer Program he is also know for his photography work which is available here.

If you’d like to join one of our walks, please call the office to reserve a spot!

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One Response to “Thanks to our volunteers!”

  1. Michele Says:

    Link to WTA report no longer works for some reason. I did Chuck’s photo walk a couple weeks ago and just yesterday did the extended walk. Both were fantastic, fun, safe experiences. I think doing Chuck’s walk or the 90 minute is a great intro to ss and then graduate to the extended walk. Highly recommend these walks. The volunteers are great, professional and want everyone to have a good, safe time. I am new and apprehensive about winter sports and felt very comfortable.


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