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: Sun Oct 02 7:49pm PDT|
|Eastbound: No restrictions|
|Westbound: No restrictions|
|Conditions: I-90 milepost 34 to 137, North Bend to Vantage: There are a number of work zones between North Bend and Vantage. Motorists will experience minor delays due to lane closures and other traffic revisions in place for maintenance and construction activities. Motorists are reminded to slow down and obey all traffic control devices as you enter and exit our work zones.||
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.