Get outside and explore all that Suncadia has to offer at a pace that nature intended, your own! Enjoy more than 40+ miles of both paved and unpaved trails throughout Suncadia. Bike, hike, walk, run, stroll, ski, snowshoe, and take all the time you need.
Nordic Trail Map
Explore the vast alpine landscape this winter. Our Nordic Trail Map has a trail to suit every need. Take a stroll around Tipple Hill loop or be adventurous and make the trek down to the river cooridor and let nature show you what you have been missing.
Summer Trail Map and Community Map
Never miss a step. The newly designed Suncadia Community Map is the one resource you will need to find every hidden jem within suncadia. Trails are for both pedestriana and cycle traffic. Use map to locate amenities and areas of interest.
Suncadia Legacies Sculptures
by Julie Speidel
This series of sculptures was designed and created by Washington artist, Julie Speidel and are situated along Suncadia Trail near the entrance of the resort. Each sculpture grouping represents the forces of nature and the generations of people who have shaped the land around you. The first group honors the land as it was before the people arrived. Succeeding groups honor the Native Americans, the Pioneers and the Coal Miners. Finally, the symbol of Suncadia respectfully follows in the footsteps of all before. Together with Speidel, we are proud to celebrate the history and the legacy of this area. Take a walking tour along the paved trail to view each sculpture up close!
The land is the foundation of the Suncadia story. Native Americans, Pioneers, and Coal Miners were all drawn to this region for its abundant resources. These sculptures honor the elements that figure most prominently in all of their stories: mountains, water, and trees.
Native Americans were the first people to make this region their home. The land provided them with bountiful terrain for gathering wild berries, hunting, and fishing. Native Americans believed they were equals with the plants and wild animals living around them - they honored the earth's treasures.
Pioneers came here to forge a new life and more promising future. Their daily struggles were made easier through the rich relationships they formed among themselves and ultimately the community they created together.
Coal was discovered around Roslyn in the 1880's. At its peak in 1910, the town numbered four thousand residents. The coal mines attracted people from throughout America including a large population of African Americans and European immigrants from Hungary to Sweden. Their cultures and customs remain a part of this region today, even though the last coal mine closed in 1963.
Welcome to Suncadia. Our symbol brings together the sun and the mountains. It celebrates the place that is now Suncadia, its rich history, and all those who came before.