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Snowshoeing in the Cascades

Today it was raining in Seattle and most likely that meant snow in the mountains. With two buddies I headed for the hills and we went on a snowshoe shoe adventure. Part hiking in the snow and part geocaching. From parking the hike was two hours up hill. A search of the area and we came up with the prize. Then back to the car. If you think Seattle is nothing bu rain all winter, have another think. Plenty of skiing, snowshoeing, snowmobiling and snowboarding within 90 minutes of the city. Get out and have fun.





Glenn Roberts



Comment balloon 14 commentsGlenn Roberts • January 09 2011 08:43PM


Glenn, was this at Mt. Rainier? Snowshoeing is something I've never attempted.

Posted by Ted Tyrrell, Selling Homes in Beautiful Victoria (RE/MAXCamosun (Chatterton)) almost 10 years ago

Ted, This is in the Cascades near Snoqualmie Pass east of Seattle about 50 miles.

Posted by Glenn Roberts (Retired) almost 10 years ago

Glenn, I've never heard of geocaching before, but glad I learned something new today... sounds like fun.  And what did you put in the cach for the next person?  Hope by now you are sitting by a fireplace.  2 hours one way!!

Posted by Ellie Penaranda, Naples Florida Real Estate - Waterfront & Beach Co (239.776.5077 Downing-Frye Realty ) almost 10 years ago

Absolutely beautiful!

Posted by Cinnamon Wright, Assistant to Tish Lloyd (Wilmington Real Estate 4U 910.547.1446) almost 10 years ago

Ellie - we did drop two geocoins for the next finder. Just sitting down to a delicious beef stew made by TrueCompanion.

Cinnamon - Thank you, young lady. More pictures on Facebook. Friend me.

Posted by Glenn Roberts (Retired) almost 10 years ago

Glenn - Very cool! I have always loved the Seattle area. It was always very nice when I was there. I was told the whole rain story was made up to keep Northern Californians home!

Posted by Peter den Boer, MBA,GRI, Associate Broker, Realtor (Atlanta Communities) almost 10 years ago

Peter - Northern Californians are okay (that's really southern Oregon). Seems like those from further south moved here in 88 and 89 and then all returned in 90 because it rained twice (for 40 days each time).  

Posted by Glenn Roberts (Retired) almost 10 years ago

Glenn--Fantastic photo!!  Love the woods on a snowy day.  Wish I had been in Seattle to join you on Sunday, but I do plan to cross country ski this afternoon.

Posted by Mary Yonkers, Erie/PA Real Estate Instructor (Alan Kells School of Real Estate/Howard Hanna Real Estate) almost 10 years ago

Mary - Erie gets its fair share of snow for sure. Have fun out there. I love that it is so quiet in new snow and then little children show up and the sound is so gleeful.

Posted by Glenn Roberts (Retired) almost 10 years ago

Glenn ~  That is spectacular -- thanks for reminding us to get out and live!!!

Posted by Tish Lloyd, Broker - Wilmington NC and Surrounding Beaches (BlueCoast Realty Corporation) almost 10 years ago

Tish - We must. I wonder if I can write of the shoes if I blog about the trip?

Posted by Glenn Roberts (Retired) almost 10 years ago

brrrrr looks fun, though:) - I prefer warmer season mountain activities myself, but that snow is so pretty!

Posted by Courtney Cooper, 206-850-8841 (Cooper | Cartwright) almost 10 years ago

That is a gorgeous picture! I've done some geocaching in San Francisco, but never in the snow (obviously). Looks to be a very enjoyable Sunday! 

Posted by Matt Fuller & Britton Jackson ... (Zephyr Real Estate) almost 10 years ago

Courtney - The uphill part was pretty warm.

Matt - we had a great time.

Posted by Glenn Roberts (Retired) almost 10 years ago