There’s nothing like speeding through white powder as the sparkling trees tower around you. Let the snow flurry behind you as you whiz through the winter wonderland. When you go snowmobiling in Washington, it feels like you are flying across the pristine landscape. It is an experience like no other! Plus, your warm and cozy Carson Ridge cabin will be waiting for you!
If you’re planning a trip to the Pacific Northwest, take advantage of our complimentary Vacation Guide. Planning a vacation can be hard, so Carson Ridge Luxury Cabins has come up with things to do in the area to save you from hours of research. Skip the tedious part of preparation and use our free guide to find:
- Outdoor activities for all skill levels like snowmobiling in Washington
- Attractions you won’t want to miss
- Cultural events, museums, and entertainment
- The best restaurants in the area
Snowmobile Tours in Washington State
When looking to go snowmobiling in Washington State, look no further than Mt. Hood Adventure snowmobile tours. Explore the hundreds of miles of groomed forest trails on their property. Take a romantic ride on a 2-person snowmobile, or get your own! Tours range from 2-4 hours where your knowledgeable guide will inform you about the area. They can even teach you how to ride the sled if you never have before! They’ll know the best trails for the current conditions and make sure you have a wonderful time on your snowmobiling escapade. During your excursion, you’ll discover incredible views of frozen lakes, lookout points, wildlife, and more.
Where to Go Snowmobiling in Washington
Sno-Park: Marble Mountain
The Gifford Pinchot National Forest has tons of opportunities to adventure through the snow, one of them being to snowmobile at the Sno-Park: Marble Mountain. Here, you will discover some great trails for a variety of winter activities from snowmobiling to cross-country skiing. There is a 25-mile trail system exclusively for snowmobiling here, as well as 78 kilometers of ungroomed ski area. A thrilling adventure awaits as you skid across the snowy oasis and take in the stunning Pacific Northwest scenery! All you need to snowmobile here is an easily attainable Sno-Park Permit.
The Plains of Abraham
Also in the Gifford Pinchot National Forest, the Plains of Abraham is an incredibly popular spot. Right next to the active stratovolcano Mt. St. Helens, you can ride along this extensive trail system on the east side of the mountain. Here, it is possible to ride all the way to the crater rim, about 11 miles away from Marble Mountain Sno-Park, to witness an awe-inspiring view of the stratovolcano!
Warm Up at Carson Ridge Luxury Cabins
After a fun-filled day of snowmobiling in Washington or Oregon, warm up by the fireside in your private luxury cabin. Choose from any of our cozy cabins to create your perfect winter stay. Our cabins include gorgeous wood fixtures and furniture, incredible Jacuzzi tubs, and warming fireplaces perfect for chilly days. Our Washington getaway is the perfect place to spend adventuring and relaxing with your special someone!