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The Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife (WDFW) is conducting an ongoing study of moose populations on Mt. Spokane and throughout northeastern Washington. Biologists will be outfitting moose with GPS radio collars to gain information about how the animals use the landscape and to assess the overall health and wellness of the local population. Park visitors can expect to see low flying helicopters and collared animals within the park.

More information about this study can be found at this WDFW blog post.

Mt. Spokane Sno-Park

26107 N Mount Spokane Park Drive, Mead, WA 99021

Mt. Spokane Sno-Park is located in Mount Spokane State Park

Mount Spokane is the only state park in Washington that offers downhill skiing and snowboarding at Mt Spokane Ski and Snowboard Park, in addition to other non-motorized and motorized winter recreation opportunities. Mount Spokane State Park offers the full winter experience with 37 miles of Nordic trails for classic skiing, skate skiing and skijoring and 16 miles of groomed roads for snowmobiles and all types of non-motorized use.

Other designated trail systems in the park that aren’t groomed are also open to non-motorized use including snowshoeing, back-country skiing, snowboarding and fat-tire biking.
  • Trail Length: 37 miles of XC ski trails and 16 miles of groomed snowmobile trails.
  • Elevation: 4,600 feet

Good to knows

Special Fee Area

See Sno-Park rules

Land Manager

Mt. Spokane State Park
(509) 238-4258

Law Enforcement

Spokane Sheriff's Office
(509) 532-8940

Directions & Maps

Directions to Selkirk Lodge: Turn right into motorized lot, proceed out the back and turn right up the driveway into the Selkirk lot. 

Directions to snowshoe lot (Lower Kit Carson trailhead): 1.8 miles passed the park office.

Directions to motorized lot: 3.1 miles passed the park office. 

View life park cameras:

Park office

Selkirk Lodge parking area


180 spaces at Selkirk Lodge, 20 spaces at snowshoe lot and 60 spaces at motorized lot.

Non-motorized grooming

Visit Nordic Pulse for a current grooming report. 

Motorized grooming

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