At this time we are only doing snowshoeing

Want to learn to snowshoe in The Olympics? Then this course is for you! Designed for those with no or little experience who want to learn the basics of snowshoeing. This course will cover basic balance, maneuvering on snowshoes, going up hill and handling downhills. Along the way we will have some time to point out the flora and fauna of the area as well as touch on the importance of backcountry safety. Recommended for ages 10 and above.

Covid guaranty. If we lose 2 week to 6 weeks do to the Corona virus you can get a 25% credit to next years season pass. If we miss 7 weeks to 12 weeks you are eligible for a 50% credit. 13 Weeks or more and you will get a 75% credit

Up your outdoor prowess by taking an Outdoor Emergency Care Certification Course. This 7-week course will prepare you to ace the Certification Test so you can work or volunteer as a ski patroller, cross country ski patroller and/or bike patroller. Course to start September 18 and run every Saturday from 10 am until 4 pm through October 30. Test to be held Saturday or Sunday, November 13 or 14. Class location will be provided upon registration. Course: Outdoor Emergency Care certification course.

For registration and further information contact:

Mike McGuire
cell #: 509-655-2820


Emma Logan



Due to COVID19, there is no food service or rentals available at the Hurricane Ridge Visitor Center. Please plan accordingly. Call 360-565-3130 for specific information from Olympic National Park on snowshoeing at the Ridge.



Olympic National Park plows the parking lot for only 175 vehicles. Once the lot is at capacity the road is metered from the Entrance Station (one car down one car up) which can result in a one to three-hour wait. To ensure yourself a space, plan to be at the Entrance Station gate by 8 am. Call the Road Report at 360-565-3131 and follow ONP Twitter @HRWinterAccess prior to travel.

Road Conditions

The road is well managed by the Olympic National Park for safe winter travel. Chains must be carried in all vehicles traveling to the Ridge including all-wheel drive and four-wheel drive vehicles. For road conditions, closures, chain requirements and traffic updates call the Road Report at 360-565-3131 and follow the ONP twitter @HRWinterAccess prior to travel.