The road is plowed by the US Forest Service. There are a few snowshoe hikes, plus groomed trails for crosscountry skiing. There are additional trails for snowmobiles but we didn’t see or hear any of them during our 3 mile hike. I’m pretty sure by the end of this blog post, it will 30 miles with a 3000 foot elvation gain, both ways, in white out conditions….
You can pay at the trailhead, $10 per person. When we started, we were the only vehicle in the parking lot at Snowshoe Trailhead (pretty clever name, huh?). When we returned, there was a whopping 4 other vehicles. Even on a nice snowy Saturday, the Lake Chelan area isn’t too busy. We didn’t see but two other people out on the trails.
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