South Cascades

WakepishCurley CreekGovernment Mineral SpringsKoshkoLookoutMcClellan MeadowsOldman PassPinesideSmith ButteSnowKingApe CaveCougarMarble MountainNon-motorized Sno-Parks in the South Cascades area

  1. Wakepish
  2. Marble Mountain
  3. Cougar
  4. Ape Caves
  5. McClellan Meadows
  6. Curley Creek
  7. Koshko
  8. Lookout
  9. Oldman Pass
  10. Smith Butte
  11. SnowKing
  12. Pineside
  13. Govt Mineral Springs

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Cowlitz Valley Ranger District
Phone: 360-497-1100

Emergency Contact Info:
Skamania County Sheriff's Office
Phone: 509-427-9490

Snowmobile Sno-ParkNon-Motorized Sno-ParkNo GroomingRestroomsSnowmobile Sno-Park

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Directions: 19 miles south of Randle. Highway 12 to Highway 131/Cispus Road south to USFS Road 25 south. Sno-Park is 1/8 mile up USFS Rd 99.
Elevation: 2,800 feet
30 spaces.

Backcountry experience
Shared with snowmobile users, scenic view point, toilet, shelter with wood stove

Sno-Park Permit required Nov. thru Apr. or as posted.

Please obey posted signs indicating whether a permit is needed. Contact the local agency listed for each Sno-Park for more information.

Please note: After periods of extreme weather, work crews may be on trails during the day to clear debris or drifts. Please exercise caution.

This is an un-groomed Sno-Park.