Trollhaugen is nestled in the beautiful Washington Cascade Mountains where the air is pure and clean and the scenery is magnificent.
Members of Sons of Norway District Two are owners of this beautiful facility and have full privileges in its use. Trollhaugen has
a full time manager and is open four seasons of the year.
Trollhaugen is located off Stampede Pass Highway about one
mile from Interstate 90. The Stampede Pass Highway is about ten miles east of Snoqualmie Summit at exit 62.
9 bedrooms sized to easily sleep 56 people
Fully-equipped kitchen, including refrigerators, electric stoves, dishwasher,
plates, cups and silverware
Clothes dryers\Recreation room and dining room each with
a fireplace and firewood
Bathrooms with hot showers
Sauna & hot tub
parking at the gravel pit next to the Crystal Springs Sno-Park
Snowcat transportation from Sno-Park during winter
Cross-country ski rentals in selected sizes
Outdoor stage and dance floor
Horseshoe pits, sports field and equipment
Spring, Summer and Fall activities include hiking and fishing
Winter sports including cross-country skiing, sledding and inner-tubing at the Lodge and
downhill skiing nearby
at Snoqualmie Summit
Play area for children
During the winter season, our snowcat "Little Ole"
will pick you up at the Crystal Springs Rock Pit Sno-Park on the Stampede Pass road about one mile from the I-90 intersection. Call
the managers from Snoqualmie Summit or Cle Elum to arrange for pickup.
We are happy to announce that we been able to secure
parking at the gravel pit next to the Crystal Springs snow park for all of our members and guests. The Crystal Springs snow park has
been paved up to their entrance and they enter and exit on the left side. We will be entering on the right side, not even going into
the snow park itself. There is a concrete barrier between the two entrances. Please keep to the right of the barrier.
be doing the same as last year, having you call ahead so we can unlock the gate and pick you and your guests up with the sno-cat and
sled. We are happy that this lot has been secured for our winter parking.
If you have already purchased a state parking pass,
just let us know you will be parking in the state snow park and we will pick you up there.
Also, at this time we would like to
remind everyone to please have chains with you when you come up to Trollhaugen in the wintertime if you do not have 4 wheel drive.
We cannot predict when or how much it will snow while you are up here or what the pass conditions will be. Please do not expect someone
else to push you out because you are unprepared for winter conditions. If you have non-member guests coming, please advise them of
What to bring for overnight stay
When you stay overnight, bring your own bedding, towels, food, toiletries and other personal
items. Paper goods are provided and the well-equipped double kitchen is for your use.
Day use of Trollhaugen is always
encouraged. Drop in for a day of cross-country skiing or to enjoy the spring flowers, summer warmth or fall colors. Cooking facilities
are available for you to prepare a hot meal or a cup of coffee. However, be aware overnight guests have priority in the kitchen and
dining areas so be sensitive to their plans and activities.
Contact Information - Important!
The managers have 2 days off a week:
Tuesday and Wednesday. Call ahead to be sure the Lodge will be open when you arrive. Guidelines for guests are posted in the Lodge.
Please review these when you first arrive to insure everyone's full enjoyment of Trollhaugen.
Lodge Managers: Lory Prothman and
Address: Trollhaugen Lodge, PO Box 155, Easton, WA 98925.
There is no public telephone access. Most cell phones have a good signal in the Lodge and many surrounding