SNOWSHOE TRAILS can be accessed at the Wolverine Chalet trail head. Porcupine Valley and the Hospital Snowshoe Loops can be accessed from the Hospital Trailhead parking.
- All snowshoe trails are marked with color-coded metal diamonds , tree blazes and ribbons.
- Please stay on snowshoe trail only, do not snowshoe on groomed ski trails.
- Skiers have the right away, use caution crossing ski trails
- Keep dogs within sight. Do not allow them to wonder onto the ski trails
There are 6 snowshoe trails
Hospital Loop Trail:
4.5 K.(2.8 miles) Most Difficult
Marked with blue blazes, metal diamonds and ribbons
Access from Wolverine and the Hospital Trail Heads
Snowflake Loop Trail
1.9 K (1.2 miles) Easiest
Marked with red blaze, red metal diamonds and ribbons..
Access trailhead to the right across the stadium of the Wolverine chalet.
Snow Snake Trail
2.3 K. (1.4 miles) More Difficult (Intermediate)
Marked with light blue tree blazes and metal diamond.
Follow Hospital loop from chalet to map post 3. Turn left, follow light blue markers to the trail end (map post 14 to map post 2) then follow the Chalet markers back to chalet.
Fischer Ridge Trail 4.0 K (2.5 miles) is marked with orange blazes, metal diamonds and ribbons. Starting from the chalet follow hospital loop to map post #2 turn left, Fischer Ridge begins at map post 14 and ends at map post 12. Take Snowsnake back to the chalet either the shortcut or complete snowsnake trail to 14, left then back to chalet.
Snow Summit Loop
2.8 K. (1.7 miles) More difficult (intermediate)
Marked with pink blazes, metal diamonds and ribbons
Access at Snow Summit Parking Lot Trail Head
Can also access at Wolverine Chalet ( 2.6 K or 1.6 miles-one way)
Snowbikes use this trailhead and share parts of the trail
Skiers have the right of way, use caution crossing ski trails
Porcupine Valley Snowshoe Trail 1.7 km (1.1 miles) Access from Hospital Trail head parking lot. Go over bridge and follow green markers to the right. Skiers share part of the trail. Do not snowshoe in tracks. Use caution crossing the ski trail.
Please do not snowshoe on the groomed ski trails.