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January 1, 2022
11:00 AM - 1:00 PM
Time Details:
Arrive at least 15 minutes early if you reserved rental equipment.
Lake Wenatchee State Park
21588 SR 207
Leavenworth, WA 98826
(509) 763-3101
A Daily or Seasonal Sno-Park permit is required and can be purchased at online or at the park.
Ranger and visitors group together for a photo at north beach outlooking mountains and lake
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1st Day Hike- Guided Snowshoe Trek

Saturday, January 1, 2022

Kick off the New Year with a FIRST DAY HIKE! Join volunteers and park staff for a brisk snowshoe hike around our frosty winter wonderland as we ring in the New Year in the great outdoors! This is a fantastic hike for first-timers in snowshoes or adults with children. The hike is easy with varying views, plenty of opportunities for snowball fights and memorable photos! A limited number of snowshoes are available to rent, please call ahead to reserve a pair. Following the hike, hot cocoa, and light snacks will be available for participants outside the North Reservation Booth.

Be sure to bring your valid Sno-Park Pass for parking if you plan on extending your stay beyond the hike. Sno-Park Passes are also available for purchase within the park or online at

Check the weather and dress for conditions. Bring your own snacks and water for the hike. The trail is 1.3 miles long, with an option to extend your route on your own. The terrain along the guided route is mostly flat with minor dips in the trail. Expect the snow on the trail to be variable from nicely packed to minorly icy.

A limited amount of Snowshoe rentals are available to rent at the North Park entrance for a small fee, be sure to call ahead to reserve your pair.

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