Hike to Snow King Summit via Slow Trail

Rate this Adventure 3.8 miles 1551 ft gain  - Out-and-Back Trail

Added by The Outbound Collective

The Snow King Summit via Slow Trail is a 3.8 mile hike featuring wildlife and scenic views.

The Slow Trail is shared by hikers, dog walkers, and trail runners. There is an option to take the ski lift down after reaching Snow King Summit, which shortens the hike to 1.9 miles. 

The trail is good for intermediate hikers, and dogs are allowed on the trail.

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Chillin
Running
Snowshoeing
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Dog Friendly
Easy Parking
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Forest
Scenic
Wildflowers
Wildlife

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