Grand Discovery: Interpretive Specialist led Beginner Friendly Snowshoe (March 26, 2023)

As part of our Winter Recreation Series, The Bronze Chapter joins the Forest Service for a free BIPOC-centered Interpretive Specialist led Grand Discovery snowshoe at Snoqualmie Pass. This will be the Forest Service’s last Grand Discovery snowshoe of the 2023 season! We’ll walk for 1.5 to 2 hours winding through rich old-growth forest for about 1 mile. Elevated on the snowpack, we’ll experience the impressive middle-canopy of the trees. We’ll have the opportunity to look for signs of wildlife, like Snowshoe Hare tracks in the snow and birds in tree dwellings, and visit a grandmother Western Hemlock and Cedar. Each discovery tells a new story in this vibrant mountain habitat. We’ll guide you through this winter walk at a moderate pace while talking about Winter ecology facts that can be shared with friends and family.

Snowshoes will be provided
Maximum capacity: 20 people


10:30 – 10:45amArrive at Snoqualmie Pass Visitor Center, park, check in, get snowshoes, welcome circle
11:30 am – 2:30 pmGuided snowshoe begins, we’ll make stops along the trail to talk about what we see and stop briefly for a snack/lunch
2:30ishReturn to Visitor Center, farewell circle, drop off snowshoes, enjoy a hot cocoa if you like before leaving

Additional details will be emailed to registered participants prior to the snowshoe.

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