Summit Snow Shelter


The Summit Snow Shelter was built for recreational enthusiasts for weary cross country skiers and snowshoers alike to enjoy. The shelter is equipped with a wood stove to warm up with on a cold winters day.

At a Glance

Open Season: November 15th
Restrictions: No motorized vehicles of any kind allowed on trails to access the shelter
Closest Towns: Klamath Falls, OR
Water: No
Restroom: No
Operated By: Forest Service
Information Center: Klamath Ranger District (541) 885-3400

General Information


Access from the Fourmile Lake Sno-Park by traveling two miles North on Fourmile Lake Road to the Big Mac ski trail junction.

Turn Left and continue up the trail for a 1/2 mile to the McLoughlin trail junction.

Turn left and continue a 1/4 mile to the shelter.

General Notes:

The Summit Snow Shelter was built in November 1994 by the Grants Pass Nordic Club, Southern Oregon Nordic Club, Rogue Sierra Club and Alla Mage Skiers.


Winter Sports

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