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Outdoor Activities & Wildlife

June Lake Guided Winter Adventure

Saturday, February 04, 2017, 08:30am

June Lake Winter Adventure

Meeting Time: 8:30 AM

Distance: 7 miles

Difficulty: Moderate. Click here to assess your own fitness level.

A great way to start off the winter! Bring a pal and embark on a delightful snowshoe to June Lake, one of the most beautiful spots in the Pacific Northwest. This snowshoe of about 7 miles with a gentle elevation is a great way to learn about the outdoors and start working off that holiday excess!

Informational email will be sent to registered participants on January 30, 2017.

Price of $45 does not include equipment or Sno-Park passes which can be purchased online. Snowshoe rental is available for $15/pair. Click here to rent snowshoes.

Cancellation Policy: The Mount St. Helens Institute Guided Adventures are non-refundable and non-transferable. The Mount St. Helens Institute reserves the right to cancel any Guided Adventure. In this cases, participants will receive a full refund.

Changes in Location: Trail conditions and weather conditions can be unpredictable. The Mount St. Helens Institute reserves the right to change the location of our Guided Adventures up until the informational email about the day is sent in order to account for varying conditions.

Click here to pay $45 registration fee and for more info 



Event Sponsor  Mt. St. Helen's Institute