Jacobson Trails

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Trail Condition

Trails in good condition. A few muddy patches remain in shady sections.

The Jacobson family left a permanent legacy to the Wenatchee community when it donated 35 acres of prime shrub-steppe habitat in the Wenatchee Foothills to the Land Trust.

 

 

 

Hiking Loop

Length: 1.3 miles roundtrip

Elevation Gain: 440 ft

The hiking-only loop is a great short work out through amazing views and great spring wildflowers.

Multi-Purpose Trail

Length: 1 mile from trailhead to the water tower

Elevation Gain: 436 ft

This is a great route for a quick bike ride or trail run.

Upper Loop

Length: 0.3 miles

Elevation Gain: 200 feet

Tack this upper loop onto your hike for additional fun!

Jacobson-Saddle Rock Connection

Length: 0.75 miles from Jacobson property to Saddle Rock property

Elevation Gain: 580 feet

This is a great trail where you can approach Saddle Rock from the south.  This trail crosses private property so please travel respectfully.

Follow Western Ave to its southern most extreme until it becomes Canyon Number 2 Road. Take the 1st left onto Skyline Drive. After 500 feet, the road takes a sharp left turn. Jacobson preserve sits above that curve. Parking is available to the right in the WRAC parking lot. Please park in designated spots along the fence on the north side of the parking lot.

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