Marble Mtn

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Directions: 13 miles east of Cougar. Lewis River Road (SR 503/USFS Road 90) to USFS Road 83 north to USFS Rd 8312
Elevation: 2,700 feet
230 spaces.

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Trail system 25 miles (snowmobile), 78.4 kilometers ungroomed (ski)
Shared with non-motorized recreationists, sanitary facilities, day-use hut, scenic view point

Sno-Park Permit Required November thru April or as posted.

Please obey posted signs indicating whether a permit is needed. Contact the local agency listed for each Sno-Park for more information.

Important Notice for Snowmobilers, Snowshoers & Skiers

The climbing route is being closed to snowmobile users to improve safety for winter climbers, skiers and snowshoers. Climbing permits required for everyone above 4,800 feet on Mount St. Helens. Between November 1 and March 31 permits are free and available by self-registration at Marble Mountain Sno-Park and at the Climber’s Register at the Lone Fir Resort in Cougar. Between March 31 and November 1, the permits are $15 plus a $7 service charge for a total of $22. For information please contact the Gifford Pinchot National Forest at 360-891-5003.

Please note:
After periods of extreme weather, work crews may be on trails during the day to clear debris or drifts.

Winter Recreation Grooming Map

Web Cams

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Forecast for Marble Mtn area

Search & Rescue

Skamania County Sheriff’s Office SAR
Call 911 or (971) 246-3269


Snowmobile Clubs

Mt. St. Helens Trac Riders



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