Rose Spring Sno-Park (Photo Credit: Steve Dildine)
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Andies Prairie Sno-Park

There are few better ways to enjoy the snow as a family than sledding. Andies Prairie is a great place to test your adrenaline threshold. This extremely popular spot has a great communal feel. From the occasional wood stove at the top of the bowl, to folks barbequing in the parking lot, it seems like everyone feels right at home in the mountains.

Fields Spring State Park

Nestled in southeast Washington, Fields Spring State Park is truly a hidden gem. In the summer, enjoy hiking and biking trails. Once the snow falls, snowshoe and cross country ski those same trails throughout the winter. The Puffer Butte Viewpoint overlooks Hells Canyon, the Wallowa Mountains, and the Grand Ronde River. While the journey to the park is definitely outside Walla Walla, it just might become your new favorite scenic drive.

Rose Springs Sno-Park

If you thrive in winter and enjoy the challenges of fresh, deep powder, then Rose Springs Sno-Park is your new best friend. Starting at around 4,000 feet, outdoor enthusiasts are treated to plowed forest roads and breathtaking views of the Blue Mountains. Enjoy an easy day on the sled hill or put in some serious miles exploring the forest in the winter. It’s a totally different look at some your favorite, more remote spots to…