Horse Lake Reserve

Help us build a new trail at Horse Lake Reserve! This roughly 1.5 mile trail will be built entirely by hand, and will access new terrain and new views at the Reserve as it connects the Burt’s barn to the lower end of the Glacier View Trail. This is arduous but rewarding work: volunteers will use handtools to construct trail tread.

The Horse Lake Half-Marathon, 7-Mile and 5-Mile Trail Runs are held on the 1,700-acre Horse Lake Reserve, and put on by RunWenatchee This 6th-annual trail run event is again a fundraiser for the Chelan-Douglas Land Trust.

Enjoy wildflower season and great views at the Horse Lake Reserve while helping to remove hazardous fencing. Last year we removed over 1.5 miles of old wire fencing at the Horse Lake Reserve. We will continue this work in 2018.

Enjoy wildflower season and great views at the Horse Lake Reserve while helping to remove hazardous fencing. Last year we removed over 1.5 miles of old wire fencing at the Horse Lake Reserve. We will continue this work in 2018.

Build a short (0.1 mile) section of wildlife-friendly fence on the western boundary of the Horse Lake Reserve. Expect to dig postholes, pound steel t-posts, and pull and staple wire. Wear sturdy shoes, tough clothing, and bring gloves. If the weather is bad, we’ll try again on May 1. Please RSVP online or contact Neal; neal@cdlandtrust.org

Join Stewardship Director Neal Hedges on this recon outing to prepare for the upcoming Leavenworth Bird Fest.

Help RunWenatchee and the Land Trust host the 5th annual Horse Lake Trail Runs. Volunteers will help direct runners, man aid stations, and other duties. This is a great opportunity to cheerlead the runners from unique vantage points in the middle of stunning wildflowers!

Spend Earth Day getting ‘earthy’—dirty!—doing trail work on the new Burt’s Trail at Horse Lake Reserve. This roughly 1.5 mile trail will be built entirely by hand, and will access new terrain and new views at the Reserve as it connects the Burt’s barn to the lower end of the Glacier View Trail.

We’ll break into several different groups and tackle maintenance all over the Sage Hills Trails, as well as start construction of the new Burt’s Trail at Horse Lake Reserve. This new 1.5 mile trail will access new terrain and new views between the Burt’s Barn and the lower end of the Glacier View Trail.

Help us build a new trail at Horse Lake Reserve! This roughly 1.5 mile trail will be built entirely by hand, and will access new terrain and new views at the Reserve as it connects the Burt’s barn to the lower end of the Glacier View Trail. This is arduous but rewarding work: volunteers will use handtools to construct trail tread.