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 as well as The Bronze Chapter’s last snowshoe of the 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
|10:30AM – 11:25AM||Arrive at Snoqualmie Pass Visitor Center, find parking, walk upstairs to the Cathedral Room for a hot drink pre-func meet n greet, receive snowshoes, go outside to put on snowshoes and form welcome circle. Give yourself a road time buffer for traffic and parking (see below re: parking)|
|11:30AM – 1:30PM||Guided snowshoe begins|
|1:30 – 2:00||Return to Visitor Center, farewell circle, return snowshoes|
Additional details will be emailed to registered participants prior to the snowshoe.Sign up!