Sam Hill

Spend an evening among wildflowers at the mouth of the Icicle Canyon on the Land Trust’s Sam Hill property. Susan Ballinger of CDLT has led the field work to create a comprehensive plant species list for Sam Hill, and invites you to explore this unique place and learn more about the late-spring blooming wildflowers.

This event is full - please contact Hillary to ask about the waitlist. Thank you!

Join us on Saturday, June 8th from 9 AM - 1:00 PM for brush removal and possibly some restoration plant monitoring at Horse Lake Reserve. This could involve hiking less than 1 mile and using hand tools such as loppers and hand saws along the way. 

Spend an evening among wildflowers at the mouth of the Icicle Canyon on the Land Trust’s Sam Hill property. CDLT Conservation Fellow Susan Ballinger has led the field work to create a comprehensive plant species list for Sam Hill, and invites CDLT members to explore this unique place and learn more about the late-spring blooming wildflowers.

Don't miss this! See the wildflowers at the Land Trust's Sam Hill property, just inside Icicle Canyon near Leavenworth. This property is unique and hosts a variety of beautiful and interesting plants.

Due to weather and other unforeseen circumstances, we're canceling our work party at Sam Hill for Saturday, October 21. This event will likely be rescheduled for the first or second week of November; if you're interested in participating, please continue checking the website for updates on this event.

Please contact Hillary for more information about this hike or to RSVP: 667-9708 or [email protected]

Don't miss this! See the wildflowers at the Land Trust's Sam Hill property, just inside Icicle Canyon near Leavenworth. This property is unique and hosts a variety of beautiful and interesting plants.

The Icicle River Valley is a spectacular outdoor playground that supports a wide variety of native species and wildlife. A perfect example of the Icicle Valley’s balance of recreation and biodiversity is Sam Hill—a 40-acre property renowned for spectacular climbing, wildflowers, and native species.

Mountain views, beautiful rivers, and an active local community help make Leavenworth a great place to live.  As the gateway to the Cascade Mountains, the Leavenworth area also attracts tourists, hikers, anglers, and climbers each year. Sharing this space with residents and visitors is abundant wildlife, from black bears and elk to salmon.