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EVENT FULL-Snowshoe with a Ranger at Snoqualmie Pass

Join Neil & Nancy at the Snoqualmie Pass Snowshoe Program this winter! Available slots on these walks fill up quickly. Don't hesitate if you want to join us!
Registration is required on the Discover Your Northwest website.

To join us, be sure to select
 "Grand Discovery Walk, Feb 11 @ 10:00am". We've already signed up on their website.

Grand Discovery Snowshoe Walk
This snowshoe walk takes 2 hours and travels 2 miles over rolling terrain winding through a lovely mixed growth forest. You'll experience the impressive middle-canopy of the trees and have the opportunity to look for signs of wildlife. Each discovery tells us a new story about this vibrant mountain habitat. We'll guide you through this winter walk at a moderate pace featuring winter ecology facts that you can share with your friends and family. 

All are welcome, whether it’s your first time in the snow or you're a seasoned snowshoer. 
Equipment provided or bring your own.

Registration is required on the Discover Your Northwest website.
Walk is free, but a donation is suggested when registering at their website.

Once you've signed up on the Discover Your Northwest website, register here so we can keep an eye out for you. We can meet for refreshments after the walk and be home in time to watch Super Bowl!

Sorry, no dogs allowed.






When:
Sunday, February 11, 2024, 10:00 AM until 2:00 PM Pacific Time (US & Canada) (UTC-08:00)
Where:
Lobby of Firehouse Building @ Snoqualmie Pass
69802 SR 906
Snoqualmie Pass, WA  98068
Additional Info:
Event Contact(s):
Nancy Reid
Category:
Hiking
Registration is closed - Event is full
Payment In Full In Advance Only
Capacity:
9
Available Slots:
Filled
Attendees pay for their own charges