Cold weather got you down? Wondering where you can find some adventure in the winter wonderland of the Pacific Northwest? Well, we’re here to tell you that the Northwest is adventure ready year-round — and that includes the harshest of winters. Check out one of these breathtaking winter hikes to get in touch with and experience for yourself just how much outdoor wonder there is in every Northwest season.

Trillium Lake

Lauded as the favorite of all of Oregon’s winter hikes, this lake is perfect for cross-country skiing and snowshoeing once snow falls. And the views will capture your heart and imagination as you happily plod through sparkling mounds of fresh powder.

Barlow Pass

Another winter favorite, this trail offers views of Mount Hood, Mount Jefferson, and Trillium Lake when ascended from the path to Ghost Ridge. These hikes can be a bit more advanced than those found at Trillium Lake, so come prepared for a workout.

White River Sno Park

This is a perfect place for the novice snow hiker to begin their winter adventures. Made up of many easy, beginner trails, these hikes offer abundant snow-capped evergreens that coalesce into contemplative winter landscapes.

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