Join Lake Wenatchee State Park staff every Saturday in January & February at 1pm as park staff guide you on a snowshoe hike through scenery along the Wenatchee River, the shore of Lake Wenatchee, and surrounding forest. Participants can enjoy a well-packed route through parts of our park that are not always accessible in summer. Expect some historical talking points about the park and views of Nason Ridge, Dirty Face, and South Beach.
When: 1 Pm
Where: North Entrance by the reservation booth, which is located 4.5 miles from HWY 2 on HWY 207/ Lake Wenatchee Highway. Meet just beyond the reservation station.
Name of trail: Lake Loop Snowshoe Trail
Length of Hike: 2 mile loop full route, shortcut option available
Things to know: Hike is subject to change dependent upon snow/weather conditions. Pit toilet available in North Park, full restrooms in the South Park.
Cost: Hike is free, however participants must display your valid Sno-Park permit for parking (available for purchase).
Minimum Age: None
Rental Costs : Adults $12 Youth $8
Pets: On leash
Event Info: (509) 763-3101 Please call ahead to confirm the hike is still happening, or for any changes of time or location.
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