The Pearrygin Lake Sno-Park winter trails are provided through a partnership between the Washington State Parks and Recreation Commission, the Washington State Department of Fish and Wildlife, and the dedicated volunteers of Methow Fatbike. Please respect their time and efforts by being courteous to other trail users, respecting the conditions of use for this trail system, and respecting trail use designations and closures. Enjoy!

We've reached the end of another fantastic grooming season for the Pearrygin Area Winter Trails. The Methow Fatbike crew put in its final grooming passes on a variety of trails yesterday. The snow and trails will likely remain for a few more weeks so get out there and enjoy them while you can. Be aware that trails will soften considerably in the warm afternoons and without any more grooming, ruts and holes won't get fixed so get your trail activities in during the early morning hours while the trails are less susceptible to damage. Trail users may experience some trail disruptions in the campground areas of Pearrygin Lake State Park as park staff plow some areas to begin getting them ready for the upcoming camping season.

Don't forget, a Washington State Sno-Park permit is required to park in any of the three trailhead parking lots located in Pearrygin Lake State Park until March 17th (beginning March 19th a Discover Pass will be required). No trail pass is required to use the trails, only for parking. The Sno-Park funds pay for the parking lot plowing and most importantly all the fuel that goes through the snowmobiles we use for grooming.