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Ikenick Sno-Park Snowshoe

Willamette Foothills, Oregon

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Ikenick Sno-Park Snowshoe

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  • The only person out on the southern trail route.- Ikenick Sno-Park Snowshoe
  • Large open meadow with a lonely tall tree.- Ikenick Sno-Park Snowshoe
  • An open meadow near the Ikenick Sno-Park.- Ikenick Sno-Park Snowshoe
  • Snowshoeing near the Ikenick Sno-Park.- Ikenick Sno-Park Snowshoe
  • Unmarked trail. GPS is highly suggested.- Ikenick Sno-Park Snowshoe
  • Snowshoeing near the Ikenick Sno-Park.- Ikenick Sno-Park Snowshoe
  • Snowshoeing near the Ikenick Sno-Park.- Ikenick Sno-Park Snowshoe
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Pros: 
Solitude. Views.
Cons: 
Some trails can be poorly marked.
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Region:
Willamette Foothills, OR
Congestion: 
Low
Pets allowed: 
Yes
Highest point: 
3,772.00 ft (1,149.71 m)
Net Elevation Gain: 
472.00 ft (143.87 m)
Parking Pass: 
National or state forest pass
Preferable Season(s):
Winter
Total Distance: 
4.00 mi (6.44 km)
Total elevation gain: 
472.00 ft (143.87 m)
Trail type: 
Loop
Trailhead Elevation: 
3,200.00 ft (975.36 m)
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Adventure Description

Adventure Description

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Ikenick Sno-Park is a peaceful place to get away during the winter months to enjoy nature, solitude and a little exercise The trail system takes you in a few different directions through old- and new-growth trees. Heading north you can find views of Three Fingered Jack. The trail system heading north is not well marked, so a map and GPS is strongly encouraged. You will wander over a stream and can enjoy a snack in a snowy meadow. The south trail is well marked and offers views of the Three Sisters, Three Fingered Jack and Mount Washington. The sno-park is at a lower elevation, so a low snowpack year may turn your snowshoeing adventure into an easy hiking adventure. The trails are fun and beautiful nonetheless.

Backcountry Safety

Winter backcountry adventures can be dangerous outdoor activities that pose significant risks as conditions affecting safety (i.e. weather, snowpack stability, avalanche hazard) are constantly changing. Prior to engaging in these activities each individual should get the proper training to make safe decisions and be equipped to use avalanche safety resources and tools. Please visit our Backcountry Skiing and Avalanche Safety post to learn more.

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