Sno-Park: Trail of Two Forests
The site is open for picnicing and hiking Trail of Two Forests Trail #233, a 1/4 mile boardwalk trail that leads you over a 1,900 year old lava flow. Facilities may be snow-covered in winter.
At a Glance
|Current Conditions:||11/21/2023: Sno-Park Passes will be required starting December 1st.|
|Fees:||12/1/2022: Sno-Park Permits are required from December 1-March 31.|
|Permit Info:||Dec. 1 through March 31: Washington State Sno-Park Permit required and not available on-site. Purchase online or from a vendor. One per vehicle. No other pass required during Sno-Park season.|
|Busiest Season:||Winter weekends|
|Restrictions:||Ape Cave is CLOSED for the winter. It is a violation of Federal law to enter Ape Cave or its facilities. Please protect the cave ecosystem and wildlife by obeying the closure order.|
|Closest Towns:||Cougar, WA|
|Passes:||April 1 through Nov. 30: America the Beautiful or Northwest Forest Passes accepted.|
From Cougar, WA take Lewis River Road east for 2.8 miles. Continue on Forest Road 90 approximately 4 miles and turn left on forest Roaqd 83. Drive north on Forest Road 83 for 3 miles then turn left onto Forest Road 8303 and go 0.2 miles towards Trail of Two Forests.
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