Sage Hills

Short (0.1 mile) re-route of main Sage Hills trail near Day Drive to remove current trail from private property. Volunteers will use handtools to construct new trail tread close to Day Drive trailhead. Bring a water bottle, wear sturdy shoes, and dress appropriately for the weather. CDLT will supply all necessary tools and equipment.

Volunteers will use handtools to close a trail on private property, restore the trailbed with native grass seeding and the installation of erosion control materials, and install fence segments as barriers. There will also be work to reroute a short section of eroded and braided trail along the main Sage Hills Trail.

Want to bike in the Foothills but unsure of where to go? Learn the lay of the land and get tips from an expert with this short mountain bike trip in the Sage Hills during prime wildflower season.

Want to run in the Foothills but unsure of where to go? Or just want to meet other trail runners? Learn the lay of the land and get tips from an expert with this early trail run in the Sage Hills.

Show your appreciation for the Sage Hills trails by joining CDLT for a maintenance work party! Volunteers should plan on walking 2-4 miles and using a handtool to clear trail drainages and repair the tread. Wear clothes you can get dirty, sturdy footwear, and bring a water bottle. CDLT will supply tools and snacks.

Show your appreciation for the Sage Hills trails by joining CDLT for a maintenance work party! Volunteers should plan on walking 2-5 miles and using a handtool to clear trail drainages and repair the tread. Wear clothes you can get dirty, sturdy footwear, and bring a water bottle. CDLT will supply tools, snacks, and a light lunch.

Learn about trails in our area, whether you hike, bike, run or ride a horse. Trails provide entry into the special places that make our area so spectacular - places that provide space for wildlife to live and humans to visit.

Trails:

Hikers, runners, and bikers in the Wenatchee Valley have long known that the foothills provide amazing recreation and scenery. But in 2001, development threatened access to this local resource.  The Chelan-Douglas Land Trust responded with the Save the Sage campaign, rallying local support to preserve this community asset.

Plants and wildflowers add to the beauty of our foothills and improve the air and water quality, enrich and maintain the soil, sustain wildlife and provide humans with food and medicine.

Hikers, runners, and bikers in the Wenatchee Valley have long known that the foothills provide amazing recreation and scenery. But in 2001, development threatened access to this local resource. The Chelan-Douglas Land Trust responded with the Save the Sage campaign, rallying local support to preserve this community asset.