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Annette Lake Sno-Park

Snoqualmie Region > Snoqualmie Pass
47.3929, -121.4741 Map & Directions
The Asahel Curtis Nature Loop is easily accessed from the Annette Lake Sno-Park. Photo by Hikeswith3. Full-size image

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Sno-Parks Permit

The Annette Lake Sno-Park offers visitors access to multiple winter outdoor activities, along with a large plowed parking lot, toilet and educational resources. Continue reading

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Hiking Annette Lake Sno-Park

The Annette Lake Sno-Park offers visitors access to multiple winter outdoor activities, along with a large plowed parking lot, toilet and educational resources. 

From the Sno-Park, visitors have easy access to the Asahel Curtis Nature Loop, a short half-mile loop good for a snowy stroll through the forest. Visitors can also snowshoe to the Iron Horse Trail.

Note: Be aware that while it is possible to hike the trail to Annette Lake, it crosses several avalanche chutes and is considered dangerous in the wintertime. 

Don't forget your Sno-Park pass — you'll need one from December 1 through March 31, possibly earlier or later depending on what the snowy season looks like. Outside of this window, you'll need a Northwest Forest Pass to park at the trailhead.

Please note that this Sno-Park is different from the Asahel Curtis Sno-Park, which is on the north side of I-90. The Annette Lake Sno-Park is on the south side of I-90.

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Annette Lake Sno-Park

Map & Directions

Trailhead
Co-ordinates: 47.3929, -121.4741 Open in Google Maps

Before You Go

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Parking Pass/Entry Fee

Sno-Parks Permit

WTA Pro Tip: Save a copy of our directions before you leave! App-based driving directions aren't always accurate and data connections may be unreliable as you drive to the trailhead.

Getting There

The Sno-Park is the same parking lot as the normal Annette Lake trailhead parking lot. On I-90, take exit 47. Turn south onto NF-55 to the junction shortly off the overpass. Turn left onto Asahel Curtis Road for 0.4 miles; the Sno-Park will be on your right. 

The parking lot is plowed with over 40 spots and a toilet. 

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Snoqualmie Region > Snoqualmie Pass

Mt. Baker-Snoqualmie National Forest, Snoqualmie Ranger District, Washington State Parks

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