The FAQ is still under construction.

Trail reports

  • How do I report trail issues?
To report downed logs, missing or damaged signs or other issues with the snowshoe and ski trails in the Deschutes National Forest, use this form.

Website Help

Avenza Help
  • What is Avenza?
  • How do I learn how to use Avenza?
  • Where can I get printable maps of the Sno-Parks?
Other Useful Information
  • Where do I get a Sno-Park pass?
  • Where can I rent equipment?
  • Where can I buy equipment?
  • How do I learn?
  • What are the local private trail systems?

Avenza Help
  • What is Avenza?

Avenza is a mobile navigation app that lets you download maps for offline use.  Once you have a map downloaded, Avenza will show you where you are on the map and provides various navigation tools.  Provided you have downloaded the map ahead of time, Avenza is fully functional even when you don't have cell service.  The Avenza app is available for free, although you need to create an account.  Most people find the free version of the Avenza app suitable for their needs, although they may choose to purchase maps to use with Avenza.  The Forest Service maps for our local Sno-Parks are available for free to use  with the Avenza app. 

  • How do I learn how to use Avenza?
The Avenza support page can help.  Also, CONC ran a series of webinars on Avenza, and the recordings of those are available on the Video page under Navigation and Safety.
  • Where can I get printable maps of the Sno-Parks?
Go to the Trail Information page.  Clicking on a map will open it in a larger format suitable for printing.
  • How do I join CONC?
  • How do I log in?

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