Nearby National Forests & Parks
White Pass Village Inn is right in the heart of 3 beautiful National Forests.
Watch for wildlife, hike, take a quiet walk, or drive to an open vista. From the White Pass Village Inn heading West, a 15 minute highway drive puts you at the SE corner of Mt. Rainier National Park. Forest roads from there offer quick access to treasures in the park such as Ohanapecosh, Grove of the Patriarchs, Sunrise, and Paradise. Also to the West are Mt. Adams & Mt. St. Helens. Both are within reach as day trips to access the remote and historical areas. Stop by the Randle, WA ranger station for more information and to purchase your permit (it is on your way). To the East, a short jaunt puts you at a PCT trail head suitable for both hikers on foot and equestrians.
Access the Mt. Adams area by taking FR23, an hour and a half away from the Village Inn. Check with a local ranger station for road status.
White Pass Village Inn is a 45 minute drive from the Stevens Canyon entrance and Ohanapecosh.
A two or three hour drive from White Pass Village Inn.
|Located in Southwest Washington State, the Gifford Pinchot National Forest encompasses 1,368,300 acres of forests, mountains, river valleys, waterfalls, wildernesses, and volcanoes.
Located in southwest Washington State, the Gifford Pinchot National Forest now encompasses 1,312,000 acres of forests, mountains, river valleys, waterfalls, wildernesses, and volcanoes. It now includes the 110,000-acre Mount St. Helens National Volcanic Monument (NVM) established by Congress in 1982.
|The Okanogan-Wenatchee National Forest offers four million acres of forest for your enjoyment, relaxation, and exploration. You can experience the solitude of hiking in the wilderness on hundreds of miles of trails,The forest is also a prime location for plenty of great fishing, hunting, horseback riding, mountain biking, climbing, off road vehicles, and winter activities such as cross-country and downhill skiing and snowmobiling. Hundreds of miles of forest roads offer access and sightseeing opportunities.
|The Mt. Baker-Snoqualmie National Forest extends more than 140 miles along the western slopes of the Cascade Mountains from the Canadian border to the northern boundary of Mt. Rainier National Park.