WENATCHEE — While much of Wenatchee was still in bed or just getting their day going, Batman and Superwoman were roaming the Wenatchee foothills.
With the help of a local guide, the young brother, sister duo led a group of about a dozen up a dusty trail through the Jacobson Preserve. Batman — true identity Miles Radillo, 5 years old — scampered along out the front. Superwoman, 3-year-old Alanis Radillo, did too, but sometimes rode on mom or dad’s shoulders, red cape bobbing in the breeze.
Hillary Clark with the Chelan-Douglas Land Trust shepherded the hike up the Jacobson Preserve loop, a 1.3-mile trail with 440 feet of elevation gain and sweeping views of the valley. The Land Trust leads hikes every the third Saturday each month until October at a different trail around the Wenatchee Valley.