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    Rachel K reviewed Paradise Inn to Panorama Point-Snow Hike

    about 1 month ago

    Completed 2/7/18. It's a popular trail, so the snow was compact enough to not need snow shoes. The trail itself is gorgeous, offering views with each small increase in elevation. The trail starts right off the parking lot, which was well paved and in great condition. We opted for this trail because the park had recently opened from the government shut down, and Paradise was only open from 10am-5am due to plowing. Chains were required in the park.

    Rachel K reviewed Annette Lake Trail

    2 months ago

    Went on 1/17/19 at 0700. The trail head lists the hike at 8 miles total. The trail itself was fun because you start out in a lush rainforest and end up in a winter wonderland. The trail doesn't offer many views, but it's a nice landscape to hike through. Micro spikes needed. No need for snow shoes. The road leading up to the trail has numerous potholes, so drive slowly.

    Rachel K completed Annette Lake Trail

    2 months ago

    Rachel K reviewed Rattlesnake Ledge Trail

    2 months ago

    Went on 12/3 at 0730. It was a rainy, windy day. There wasn't much to see from the top, but there was only one other person on the trail! The trail is very well maintained, and I could see myself coming back here to relax by the lake in the summer. Just don't follow the Google maps directions and use the AllTrails map to get to the location. All in all, it was a nice, little workout!

    Rachel K completed Rattlesnake Ledge Trail

    2 months ago

    Rachel K completed Mount Margaret Trail

    3 months ago

    Rachel K reviewed Mount Margaret Trail

    3 months ago

    The road is used leading up to it in the winter. Only good for snow mobiling

    Rachel K completed Lodge Lake Trail

    3 months ago

    Rachel K reviewed Lodge Lake Trail

    3 months ago

    The road is nice and plowed leading up to it in the winter, but you definitely need snow shoes to hike it.

    Rachel K reviewed Snow Lake Trail

    3 months ago

    Beautiful hike! You definitely need snow cleats and a pole, but no snow shoes required. This is a popular trail, so the snow on the trail has been compacted down. We started at 8am and only ran into one group of hikers at the top, but we passed plenty on the way down. I definitely think the snow makes this hike more beautiful! Great hike, even if you're new to winter hiking.

    Rachel K added Snowshoeing

    3 months ago

    Rachel K added Snow hikes

    3 months ago

    Rachel K completed Snow Lake Trail

    3 months ago

    Rachel K added Rich Camping

    11 months ago

    Rachel K added To Do

    about 1 year ago