Snowshoe Trek and Lunch (L)

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Snowshoe Trek and Lunch (L) - Meany Lodge

3 - 4 miles with 500 ft elevation gain in last mile (approx 2 - 3 hrs) guided snowshoe to Meany Lodge, where a hot lunch will be served about 12:30 PM. 3 - 5 miles back down to the snow-park. **Please put Dietary Restrictions and/or Snowshoe borrow request(s) in Notes when registering**

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  • Sat, Jan 6, 2018
  • Meany Lodge
  • Snowshoeing
  • Singles, Families, Adults
  • For Beginners (Getting Started Series)
  • Mileage: 7.5 mi
  • Elevation Gain: 550 ft

Departs Saturday 8:30 AM from the Crystal Springs Sno-park. (Meet up by 8:15 please)  Look for the Trek-N-Lunch sign.

See https://fortress.wa.gov/parks/ecomm/prod/store/SNO/SnoChoice.aspx for parking permit requirements and options

Departs Saturday 8:30 AM from the Crystal Springs Sno-park. You will need a one day sno-park pass and a Discover pass. You can use your own snowshoes or borrow a pair from Meany. (Add a note to your signup if you wish to borrow lodge snowshoes).

The morning is 3 - 5 miles with  500 ft elevation gain in last mile (approx 2 - 3 hrs) in a guided trek to Meany Lodge. A hearty hot lunch will be served at 12:30 PM. Don't forget to indicate any dietary restrictions when registering online.

We will leave the Meany Campus around 2 pm, for the downhill snowshoe trek back to the parking lot, arriving between 4:00 and 5:00 PM. 

No previous snow-shoeing experience required, but you should be able to walk at least 5 miles at a medium pace.

If you prefer skis to snowshoes- check out our cross-country ski lunch-n-treks!

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Meany Lodge


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Required Equipment

Required Equipment

Bring your own snowshoes or cross country skis. Meany Lodge does have extra snowshoes but you need to confirm ahead of time to reserve. Snowshoeing  will work best in tall, waterproof, rigid hiking or mountaineering boots.

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