Women’s Snowshoeing

Women’s Group Snowshoe Hikes are a great way to safely explore The Great Northwest and build community!


Let’s Go Snowshoeing

These events are FREE for participants that have their own snowshoes & poles! Northwest SUP & Fitness also offers snowshoes & poles for rent as an option for the ladies that don’t have their own gear, this is a great way to check out this amazing outdoor activity before making an investment!


In winter months the road to June Lake Trailhead is closed so we access the trail head by hiking from Marble Mountain Snow Park to The June Lake Trailhead. This portion of the hike winds along the road for just under a mile before we hit the trail. Out and back June Lake Trail is 2.5 miles, combined with the first leg of the hike we have tracked it at 5.5 Miles. With its gradual elevation gain & the shorter distance this winter adventure spot is great for anyone!

Explore our upcoming hikes AT June Lake

A planned fall backwards into soft deep powder, while on Women's Snowshoeing Hike
A group of happy women hikers raise poles skyward during Marble Mountain Snowshoeing Hike.
Michelle and fellow snowshoers pose on fresh powder in front of a frosty lake.
Michelle pose for her patented "tongue out at the camera" selfies with a couple fellow snowshoeing hikers.

Meet Up Location 

Marble Mountain Sno-Park 


Parking: Snow Pass required available for purchase at Chelatchie Prairie Store and Cougar Store on the way up.

Length & Difficulty 

This hike in total is 5.5 miles and rated as easy. We go at a pace that feels comfortable to the group as a whole, resting along the way to take it all in. This is a great destination hike for beginner destination hikers!

Trail Prep 

Weather appropriate clothing & hiking shoes are a must! Insulated waterproof snow jackets, boots & gloves are required. 

At least 48oz-72oz of water, you can never have too much H2O!

Backpack with extra socks, sunglasses & healthy snacks

Camera to take advantage of all the  beautiful photo ops!