Friday, March 9, 2018, 3:00 pm - 7:30 pm
Mt. Spokane State Park
29500 N Mt Spokane Park Dr, Mead, WA 99021
Meet at the parking lot at the Snowmobile Trailhead
Click here for a Mt. Spokane State Park Map
Join us for an afternoon to evening snowshoe hike to the Bald Knob Picnic Shelter and/or the CCC Cabin on Mount Spokane. If skies permit we’ll be treated to views looking out over the lights of Spokane and vicinity. We’ll then enjoy hot cocoa and cider, and your “sack dinner” at the shelter before returning by moonlight and headlamps to the parking area. This guided hike is provided by Stan Busby of Climbers With Christ.
What to bring: Warm clothing (multiple layers), small day pack, packable lunch/dinner, drinks, headlamp or flashlight, snow boots, hat, gloves/mittens. Snowshoes if you have them. Please contact Climbers With Christ if you have ANY gear needs or questions.
Tour limits: 20 people
Note: Climbers with Christ has 15 pairs of snow shoes available for borrowing at no cost on a first come, first serve basis.
Cost: Stan and his volunteers do not charge a fee for any of their outdoor adventures (snowshoeing, rock climbing, etc.) but "gifts" are appreciated to help with their expenses and compensate them for their donated time. The Busbys drive from Usk, WA, just for this activity. Please don't let money (or the lack thereof) keep you from coming.
- When you register, you can choose the "Donation Attendee" option. If you choose to make a donation to Climbers With Christ via the "Donation Attendee" option, the money will go straight to CWC's PayPal account. No money goes to Exploring Families.
- You can give your donation directly to Stan Busby of Climbers With Christ.
- You can mail a check made payable to Stan Busby, Climbers With Christ, 1121 Westside Calispell Rd, Usk, WA 99180.
Climbers With Christ is dedicated to sharing the Good-News of a rock solid ANCHOR in Jesus Christ in the local high and low alpine.
Parking Permit(s) Required (2 options)
Option 2: One Day Sno-Park Permit AND a Discover Pass (one day or seasonal)
Details from WA State Parks website:
Sno-Park permits are available online.
Visitors to Washington state parks are required to display the Discover Pass on their vehicles. Exemption: If you have a current seasonal Sno-Park permit, you will not need to purchase a Discover Pass to use a designated Sno-Park between Dec. 1 and March 31 for winter recreation activities. Please note: If using a daily Sno-Park permit, you also will need a one-day or annual Discover Pass when visiting Mount Spokane state parks.
If you want help finding people to carpool with who already have a parking pass(es) or share the cost of gas and a pass(es), please let us know when you register.