Sno-Park: Atkisson

Area Status: Open
This area is Open
 

In a mature and varied forest setting interspersed with mountain meadows and geographic features, this park is near the Mt. Adams Wilderness. Here visitors will find access to trails leading to remote forest lakes, high-mountain elevations and some of the most spectacular country found anywhere.

Ski trails at Atkisson Sno-Park.

This area offers 16k of ski and snowshoe trails (marked but not groomed) and 154 miles of groomed snowmobile trails. This Sno-Park features a warming hut with wood stove. Parking lot capacity is 30 vehicles. In the summer, this site can be reserved as Atkisson Group Camp.

At a Glance

Current Conditions: 4/16/2018: Rd.24 & Rd. 60 to Goose Lake were last groomed 3/28/18. There is still enough snow coverage for Skiing,snowshoeing, and snowmobiling after the first mile up the road from the sno-park. Washington Sno-Park permit is not required this time of year. Contact Mt. Adams Ranger Distrit 509-395-3402 for current info.
Reservations: This Sno-Park is reservable in the summer months as a group site at Recreation.gov.
Permit Info: A valid Washington State Sno-Park Permit is required for each vehicle December 1 to March 31.
  • Sno-park permits help pay for snow removal, trail grooming, sanitation facilities, mapping, trail signs, safety education, enforcement and program administration.
Usage: Medium
Closest Towns: Trout Lake, WA
Water: No
Restroom: Vault Toilet (1)
Operated By: Forest Service
Information Center: Mt. Adams Ranger District

General Information

Directions:

From Trout Lake, Washington, drive 6 miles southwest on Hwy 141 to the entrance of the Sno-park.


Accessibility:

This site is easier than most to reach. The parking area is flat, but terrain will be difficult, especially in winter.


Directions:

From Trout Lake, Washington, drive 6 miles southwest on Hwy 141 to the entrance of the Sno-park.


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