Join Washington State Park staff on this snowshoe hike, approximately 1.3 miles along the Wenatchee River, the shores of Lake Wenatchee, and surrounding forest. The terrain along the guided route is mostly flat with minor dips in the trail. Hikers can enjoy a well-packed route through parts of the park that are not always accessible in summer. Expect some historical talking points, nature interpretation, and views of Nason Ridge, Dirty Face, and South Beach. At the end of the hike, you may extend your route on your own. Guided hike is free. Valid Sno-Park Pass is required for parking. Snowshoe rental is available by reservation for a small fee; limited supply, be sure to call ahead to reserve your pair. More info: Lake Wenatchee guided snowshoe hike • Washington State Parks and Recreation
The hike is free, but a Sno-Park Permit is needed in order to participate (Daily $25, Season $50): Winter recreation | Washington State Parks and Recreation Commission.