Trollhaugen Autumn Experience
Trollhaugen recreation facility is a great escape to enjoy the wonders of autumn. Trollhaugen is an experience of the senses! ·
- Sight- the beauty of the many trails surrounding our building that can be hiked and or biked. ·
- Touch- feel the cool morning dew kisses your check while sipping a cup of coffee on our deck or back patio. ·
- Smell- the pine trees, wildflowers and the aromas of fall in the air. · Hear-trees rustling in the wind, the water flowing over rocks, and a bird or too. ·
- Taste- after long days of recreation, on a cool autumn evening, enjoy a cup of hot cocoa in front of the fireplace.
We are in need of people to have an autumn experience to help keep Trollhaugen Lodge operational year around. We are more than just a wintertime experience. Trollhaugen Lodge can be used by one or more people for a day or overnight use.
Gather your lodge groups, friends, and neighbors and plan an Autumn outing to Trollhaugen! For more information contact the managers: Johni and Randi Kochel 509-656-9997 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Web site: www.trollhaugensofn.com for information and price list.
Thank you on behalf of Trollhaugen Board of Directors http://www.trollhaugensofn.com
Trollhaugen Lodge is nestled in the beautiful Washington Cascade Mountains where the air is pure and clean and the scenery is magnificent. Members of 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
Did you know that when you are a member of Sons of Norway in District 2, a portion of your membership supports Trollhaugen Lodge?
Ski for Light
Ski for Light. Inc. is an all volunteer organization that promotes cross-country skiing for vision and mobility impaired participants with events held throughout the United States. Sighted volunteers assist as guides, trainers and workers. For more information see the web site at sfl.org.
Ski for Light Puget Sound is hosted by Trollhaugen Lodge twice a month for regional events during January, February and March each winter. Vision and mobility impaired participants have the exclusive free use of the Troll Room on those days. The Trollhaugen managers and snow cats provide transportation for participants to and from the snow park. A separate Ski for Light Equipment Room is also provided in the lodge where skis, boots and poles are provided at no cost to participants.
This program continues with the financial support of District 2, the efforts of the Trollhaugen Board and of many District 2 Sons of Norway member volunteers who are guides, trainers and workers and who maintain the ski trails, prepare and erect trail signs, and conduct fund raising events. Many Sons of Norway lodges provide financial support for Ski for Light. For the 2010 season, sixteen District 2 lodges provided financial support for Ski for Light.