We need your help
Our 100% volunteer organization relies heavily on the contributions of individuals like you and even more so on the revenue from hut reservations made at the MTTA Gala each year in November. With the Gala cancelled and all huts being closed this year due to COVID, we’re depending more than ever on the kindness of people like you.
We pride ourselves on the free and low cost winter recreation opportunities we’re able to provide to the public each year. It’s a winter playground for everyone to enjoy and we’re proud to be the ones that maintain it for the public. Please, if you can, donate to the Mt. Tahoma Trails and help us continue to offer the same magical experience to everyone that joins us on the trail system.
We can’t do it without you. Thank you!
Current Status/August 1, 2022:
- Trails are open for public use. Discover Pass is now in use at access parking lots.
- South district huts are open for overnight use only to members of the same party on limited dates through mid-September (please carefully review all terms, conditions and restrictions).
- Office closed to public access.
- Limited ski patrol may be present on the trails. Please exercise increased caution and carry the 10 Essentials with you at all times.
Our trails and huts are in a wilderness setting. Both day and overnight visitors need to be self reliant. More details on what to expect can be found on our FAQ page.
Weather conditions and forecast by the National Weather Service can be viewed here for: North District/Copper Creek Hutand South District/High Hut, Snow Bowl Hut and Yurt. Mountain weather and avalanche forecasts are available at NWAC.
Trail conditions and sno parks in use: volunteers post current updates on the MTTA Twitter account.
Board Meetings – Every 2nd Saturday in November, December, January, & April
Become a member using the MTTA Membership Form Your support helps provide trail and hut maintenance.
Please also consider adding Mt. Tahoma Trails Association as the recipient of your AmazonSmile contributions.
You’re able to help us continue bettering the trail system simply through your Amazon purchases. More information available at