Come tour the Methow Valley on foot!
Methow Valley Snowshoeing
Methow Trails has some shared-use trails, and many that are open exclusively to snowshoers. Check out the winter maps for full details on the exclusive and shared-use snowshoe trails from each trailhead. A $5 snowshoe trail pass is required. A ski pass will also grant access to snowshoe trails.
Snowshoeing is a wonderful way to explore the gems of the Methow Valley in the winter. If you can walk, you can snowshoe! Our scenic, peaceful snowshoe trails wind their way throughout the entire trail network, with the highest concentration of trails out of the Sun Mountain area.
Snowshoes can be rented at any of the local rental shops.
John's Way Lunachik Aspen/Forest Edge Loop Beaver Creek Overlook Loop Inn View Loop
Cub Creek Trailhead (Rendezvous)
Cougar Bait Cedar Creek Loop (black) Heifer Hut
Big Valley Inner Loop Big Valley Outer Loop Winthrop Fatbike Snowshoe
Sun Mountain Trails
Horse Lake View Ponderosa Red Tail View Ridge Black Bear Patterson Lake Kraule Click-a-pic Magpie Rader Creek Moose
Methow Trails hosts family-friendly snowshoe tours on selected Saturdays throughout the winter. Local volunteers lead tours that focus on winter ecology, wildlife and tracks, snow science and more. Either a Methow Trails ski trail pass or a Methow Trails snowshoe trail pass (for just $5) is required.
Space is available on a first-come, first-served basis, no reservations. Email Methow Trails at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information. Sponsored by Methow Trails, the US Forest Service, and Atlas Snowshoes.
Tours begin at 11:00 am and last 90-120 minutes, depending on conditions.
2018-2019 Tour Dates:
Snowshoe Rentals and passes are available at: