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Hiking and Exploring with Friends Message Board › Recreation Passes of the Northwest

Recreation Passes of the Northwest

A former member
Post #: 25
This is some useful info I found regarding forest passes of the Northwest trailheads.
Where to buy:
They are available at REI and other sports stores. It's $5 for a day pass and around $30 for a year pass. This site http://www.fs.fed.us/...­. shows passes available and all the trailheads where they are required.
The hikes in this area (around I-90 and Hwy 2) that need a forest pass are listed here:
http://www.fs.fed.us/...­

Current info on trail status is here:
http://www.fs.fed.us/...­

A former member
Post #: 7
I love the current status page! I wish every national forest webpage had such a complete listing.

I can't wait for everything to be "Open." Melt snow, melt!
Janine M.
CoachJanine
Seattle, WA
Post #: 162
Useful info regarding forest passes of the Northwest trailheads.
Where to buy:
They are available at REI and other sports stores. It's $8 for a day pass and around $35 for an annual pass. This site http://www.fs.fed.us/...­. shows passes available and all the trailheads where they are required.
The hikes in this area (around I-90 and Hwy 2) that need a forest pass are listed here:
http://www.fs.fed.us/...­

Current info on trail status is here:
http://www.fs.fed.us/...­


Thanks for posting this excellent link so we can keep the @#$@#% permit system straight! As an alternative to buying the annual NW Forest Pass, you can volunteer 2 days of trailwork instead. Sign up for a trailwork party at www.wta.org. Very cheerful people!
LynchGirl
user 9507546
Edmonds, WA
Post #: 4
"As an alternative to buying the annual NW Forest Pass, you can volunteer 2 days of trailwork instead. Sign up for a trailwork party at www.wta.org. " <--- excellent information, thanks for passing that along!!
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