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Santiam Sno-Park

Area Status: Open
This area is Open

This sno-park located 5 miles east of Santiam Junction on Highway 126/20 offers access to the Pacific Crest Trail and one of only 2 tubing hills on the forest - the only recommended tubing and sledding hill in the Santiam Pass area. 

Know Before You Go in Winter: Tips on how to plan ahead and prepare for your trip to ensure the best possible time for you and others who will be sharing the snow with you.

Santiam Sno-Park Map

At a Glance

Current Conditions: McKenzie River Ranger District: Sno-Park is open November 1, 2018 – April 30, 2019. A Sno-Park permit is required. Amount of Snow: 10-12" The snow pack at Santiam Sno-Park is currently described as dense, compacted snow melted by recent rains and warm temperatures. Current Hazards: Watch out for subsurface snow hazards. Most sleds and tubes are non-directional devices, so be careful in choosing a lane to sled down. DO NOT BUILD JUMPS AT THE SANTIAM SNO-PLAY AREA!
Permit Info: Sno-Park Permit Required
Open Season: November 1 - April 30
Usage: Heavy
Restrictions: For the safety of other users, please do not build jumps at the santaim sno-play area.
Closest Towns: McKenzie Bridge, OR
Restroom: Yes
Information Center: McKenzie River Ranger District
57600 McKenzie Hwy
McKenzie Bridge, OR 97413

General Information

General Notes:

Snow level information: Hogg Pass Snotel



From McKenzie Bridge, OR, drive 38 miles northeast on Highway 126 to Santiam Pass.  

Turn left north onto Forest Road 893 to enter Santiam Sno-park.

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4800 Feet