Sno-Park: Trail of Two Forests

Area Status: Closed
This area is Closed
 

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.

 

 

At a Glance

Current Conditions: No snow predicted until late fall/winter, 2021. Forest Road 83 is currently clear, but may be icy. 
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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.
Usage: Medium
Best Season: Winter
Busiest Season: Winter weekends
Restrictions: If visiting Ape Cave, to procect the fragil cave environment, the following are prohibited:
  • Pets
  • Food or Drinks (except water)
  • Alcohol
  • Fireworks
  • Fires
  • Camping
  • Smoking 
Closest Towns: Cougar, WA
Water: No
Restroom: Restroom at Kalama Horse Camp
Passes: April 1 through Nov. 30: America the Beautiful or Northwest Forest Passes accepted.
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General Information

Directions:

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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  Latitude : 
46.0986

  Longitude : 
-122.2096

 

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