Almost every hike around here requires a brush with snow in the winter. So I'd like any advice on this topic too.
About the only good place I know of for an elevation(hard) hike without the white stuff is the Columbia Gorge around the Washington/Oregon border. Luckily I have family down there so I get an excuse to make the 3 hour drive now and then.
I'll second Tiger. It's a great place to get in 3,000+ elevation in the winter. Last March 3 of us did a loop over all six summits and Poo Poo Point. It was 19 miles and 4400" gain. That seemed like a good long workout to me. Get away from the Tradition Lake trail up West Tiger 3 and the crowds lessen significantly.
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