After crossing Lake Creek, which is fed by June Lake, bear left to reconnect with the Pine Martin Trail. Continue past the June Lake Trailhead and listen for the calming sound of the nearby creek. The trail slowly climbs through a young fir forest. Enjoy views of Mount St. Helens as you make your way to frozen June Lake. At the lake, turn left onto Trail #244D for 0.6 mile, then take a left at the Swift Ski Trail#244 to head back down to the Sno-Park.
Information on the Washington State Park's Winter Recreation Program: (360) 586-6643; www.parks.wa.gov/winter
Information on Marble Mountain Sno-Park: www.fs.fed.us/gpnf/recreation/winter/snoparks/marble-mountain.shtml
-Mapped by Trung Q. Le
Trailhead: From Woodland, WA, head northeast on WA 503. In 30 miles, straight on Road NO 91013. In 3.4 miles, straight on NFD 90. In 1 mile, left onto Road 7900. In 0.4 mile, left at 4-way junction. In 3.2 miles, right toward NFD 83. In 1 mile, left onto NFD 83. In 200 feet, left into Marble Mountain Sno-Park.