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Hyak Sno-Park Sledding Hill

Alpine Lakes Wilderness, Washington

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  • Hyak Sno-Park Sledding Hill.- Hyak Sno-Park Sledding Hill
  • Heated restrooms at Hyak Sno-Park Sledding Hill.- Hyak Sno-Park Sledding Hill
  • Hyak Sno-Park Sledding Hill.- Hyak Sno-Park Sledding Hill
  • Hyak Sno-Park Sledding Hill.- Hyak Sno-Park Sledding Hill
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Pros: 
Beginner friendly. Easily accessed. Great views. Occasionally groomed.
Cons: 
No advanced terrain.
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Region:
Alpine Lakes Wilderness, WA
Access: 
Vehicle
Congestion: 
Moderate
Max slope angle: 
0-15 degrees
Parking Pass: 
Sno-Park Parking Permit (required in OR + WA 11.01 thru 04.30)
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Adventure Description

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A great pit-stop for an afternoon of family friendly fun, the Hyak Sno-Park Sledding Hill is a well-maintained slope meant for the young sledders in all of us. With panoramic mountain views, you'll find yourself having a good time at the Hyak sledding hill regardless of your age. The terrain at Hyak is relatively tame; you won't find significant hazards or steep drops. Though popular with everyone, the area is ideal for younger sledders. You'll also find heated restrooms in the sno-park. Be sure to bring your sleds and sunglasses, and if you can plan it out right, throw in the cross-country skis as well, as the Hyak Sno-Park Trail extends all the way to Crystal Springs Sno-Park, running parallel to the interstate and Keechelus Lake. You'll need both a sno-park permit and a groomed trails permit to enjoy the sledding here. Hyak is great destination for a snow day with the family. 

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