Gold Lake Sno-Park

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Gold Lake Sno-park, located at milepost 61.5 on Oregon Highway 58, is the highest in elevation of all three Willamette Pass area Sno-parks and offers a small network of loop trails with easy access to two three-sided ski shelters (Westview and Bechtel) with wood stoves and sleeping lofts. Crossing…

Site Types

  • Tent Sites
  • Dispersed

Features

For Campers

  • Toilets
  • Alcohol
  • Pets

Access

  • Drive In
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1 Review of Gold Lake Sno-Park

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JUSTIN C.The Dyrt PRO User
Reviewed Aug. 30, 2020

Very nice

This is a great snow park and your best chance at finding snow on Hwy 58 in the winter. Trails take off from here to some awesome lakes.

Location

Gold Lake Sno-Park is located in Oregon

Directions

About 30 miles east of Oakridge, OR at milepost 61.5 on Oregon Highway 58. 

Coordinates

43.60555703 N
122.04733075 W

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About This Campground

Gold Lake Sno-park, located at milepost 61.5 on Oregon Highway 58, is the highest in elevation of all three Willamette Pass area Sno-parks and offers a small network of loop trails with easy access to two three-sided ski shelters (Westview and Bechtel) with wood stoves and sleeping lofts. Crossing the highway to the Gold Lake Road leads to more ski trails, the Gold Lake snow shelter , and to Willamette Pass Ski Area . The Willamette Pass Ski Area has groomed cross country ski trails (check with Guest Services or the Nordic Center) and a corridor leading through the base of the ski area to the Pacific Crest Trail and Rosary Lakes area. A ski tour of approximately 4 miles on the Pacific Crest Trail (heading north from Willamette Pass) will lead the skilled and prepared backcountry skier to the Maiden Peak Shelter , a fully enclosed octagonal ski shelter that is free to the public. Facilities: * Restroom with vault toilet * Warming cabin  (which serves as a base for the Willamette Backcountry Ski Patrol) * Food and telephone are located nearby at Willamette Pass Ski  area.

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