Mt Tahoma Trails

Mt. Tahoma Hut To Hut Trail System

Mt Tahoma Trails
Jon De Armin and Doug Savage ski to Snow Bowl Hut of the Mount Tahoma Trails cross-country ski and snowshoe hut-to-hut trail system in the Tahoma State Forest with Mount Rainier in the background, Washington state, USA

The Mount Tahoma Trails Association operates and manages the largest no fee Hut-to-Hut Trail System in North America for cross-country skiing and snowshoeing. Approximately 50 miles of trails, 20 miles of which are groomed, provide safe and easy access to 3 ski huts and a yurt. Trails vary from novice to expert, are well-signed and are patrolled by an all-volunteer ski patrol. Enjoy the trek for a day or overnight destination in the Ashford area.

Glide along new trails in Mt. Tahoma Trails Association’s expanded North District, off Forest Service Road 92, at Hwy. 706 one mile west of the Ashford. Parking requires a Sno-Park permit.

Visitors are reminded that the trails and warming huts are located in a wilderness setting. All visitors are encouraged to be self-sufficient, always carry the 10 Essentials, and check the weather before heading out on the trails. Visitors can place overnight reservations for berths in one of four shared huts. 

Find more information on the MTTA huts and trail systems. For traditional lodging in cabins and lodges near the MTTA trails click here. 

 

Address: (Mt. Tahoma Trails Association) 29815 Washington 706, Ashford, WA 98304
Phone: 360-569-2451 | Email | Web