Miles of groomed cross-country ski trails interlace with snowmobile routs through a mature and varied forest setting interspersed with mountain meadows and geographic features on the south and west flanks of Mt Adams. Trails originate from several regularly plowed sno-parks near 3000′ elevations near Trout Lake and Carson, WA.
These sno-parks also provide access to trails leading to remote backcountry areas and high-mountain elevations with some of the most spectacularly scenic country found anywhere.
Pineside Sno-Park lies north of Trout Lake offers 20 miles of groomed ski and snowshoe trails (non-motorized use only). There are no groomed snowmobile trails out of this Sno-Park, however, some motorized users access non-groomed terrain from this Sno-Park. 6 Pineside/Snow King XC Ski Trail Maps, Mt Adams, WA
Snow King Sno-Park lies north of Trout Lake and is a couple of miles beyond Pineside Sno-Park. Snow King is heavily used by both motorized and non-motorized users. The area accesses 20 miles of non-motorized, groomed cross-country ski trails and many miles of backcountry ski and snowmobile terrain. There are no groomed snowmobile trails.
Atkisson Sno-Park lies a few miles west of Trout Lake and offers 16k of ski and snowshoe trails (marked but not groomed) and 154 miles of groomed snowmobile trails. This Sno-Park features a warming hut with wood stove. Parking lot capacity is 30 vehicles. It provides access to the Guler Ice Caves and Natural Bridges areas. 3 Atkisson Sno-Park XC Ski Trail Maps, Mt.Adams, WA
Flattop Sno-Park lies NW of Trout Lake and accesses 154 miles of groomed snowmobile trails used primarily by snowmobilers. The Sno-Park has a warming shelter with wood stove, picnic tables and toilet.