Cabin Creek Nordic Grooming Report
(Cabin Creek & Erling Stordahl trail systems)
The Cabin Creek Sno-Park Groomed Trail System is a non-motorized recreation area provided by the
Washington State Parks and Recreation Commission, funded by Sno-Park permit fees, and located primarily on USFS land.
The trails are groomed by a private contractor under contract to State Parks.
Click here for additional recreation options at I-90 Sno-Parks.
Click here for snowshoeing tips.
Grooming status for Hyak/Lake Easton (Wa State Parks) is available at the WA State Parks website
The 2021-22 grooming schedule (Dec 1 - Mar 31):
-Cabin Creek groomed Wednesday-Monday including holidays.
-Erling Stordahl groomed Wednesday, Saturday and Sunday including holidays.
Schedule is subject to conditions and budget.
Trail Etiquette for Skiers, Snowshoers & Snowplay
The trails at Cabin Creek are very heavily used. We all need to follow trail etiquette so everyone can enjoy the trails.
More suggestions can be found at snowrec.org
- Please do not walk on the groomed ski trails, it quickly destroys the grooming.
- Snowshoe on the edges of the trail, not on the set tracks nor down the middle of the trail.
- Dogs are allowed on the South Loop trail. Where can I go with my dog?
- Above all - be nice!
Snoqualmie Pass I-90 Pass Report (WSDOT)
|Updated: Thu May 19 4:05pm PDT|
|Eastbound: No restrictions|
|Westbound: No restrictions|
|Conditions: Seasonal weather reports have ended for this winter. Traditionally weather is reported on this page from November 1 to April 1. Should adverse weather or other incidents occur that will impact travel updates will be provided as information is available.||
Exit 62 near Cabin Creek
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Trail Grooming Status (end of season)
|Erling Stordahl area (map)|
Trail conditions and grooming reports are provided by the groomer.