End of the Season

March 27, 2017

The 2017 season is over. On behalf of all the Staff and Volunteers for the Mt. Baker Snoqualmie Snowshoe Program, we’d like to say thank you! We look forward to see you next year!

Hello Everyone,

We are excited to let you know that the opening date for this season will be January, 6th 2017!

To reserve a spot in one of our walks, you can either call the office or reserve online using this link.

We look forward to a great season!

Think snow!

 

Hello Everyone!

Our volunteers are getting ready for another season of snowshoe tours!

Stay tuned for opening dates and reservation information.

Thinks snow!

 

Yes, you read it right! We are open for the season! Come and join us for a 90 minute trek, half-day tour, the photography walk or the kids tour!

Please call the office to book a time slot!

Cheers!

Anybody home?

November 17, 2014

Knock, Knock…

I know, you may be wondering why it’s been so long since our last post here. Well, we were busy hiking and working on the trails during summer! 🙂

Now the weather is turning cold and we are closer to the start of another snowshoeing season.

The volunteers are getting ready for Winter, soon we will post more information about the Winter 2015 Snowshoe program!

Stay tuned!

Cheers,

 

The Snoqualmie Pass Snowshoe Program is now closed.

Warmer days are comming and we hope you enjoy all the other outdoor recreation options our Forest provides.

Hope to see you back next winter!

Thank you!

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!