WENATCHEE, WA – Sage Hills trails system will close for four months starting Dec. 1 to provide winter sustenance and quiet rangeland for mule deer and other wildlife. The area will re-open for outdoor recreation around April 1.

Make a Difference Day is a world-wide movement where people come together to make their community a better place.  For Wenatchee Valley's 30th Make A Difference Day this year on Saturday, October 24th, CDLT and Team Naturaleza invite you to join us at the Jacobson Preserve, spreading sagebrush woodchips that will keep the trail mud-fre

While we can’t offer group outings right now, there are still ways to get outside to discover and explore our natural areas! 
Listed below are some ideas and resources for some great self-guided outings.

WENATCHEE — The Horse Lake Trail Runs are still on for Sept. 19, but they’re going virtual, says race director Joel Rhyner.

TREAD, with support from many partners including CDLT, has launched the TREAD Map app. TREAD Map is a comprehensive trail app designed for all trail users and provides the most up-to-date and accurate information on all forms of recreational trail use. The tool is designed to help users:

CDLT Trails Program Manager Hanne Beener gives an update about the Wenatchee Foothills trail system on this KOHO101 radio interview.

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A KOHO101 radio interview with Mayor Frank Kunz from Tues., March 31, 2020

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It’s important to continue practicing social distancing and proper hygiene even while enjoying the outdoors. Consider possible effects on vulnerable individuals as well as our healthcare system.

WENATCHEE — The Horse Lake Trail Runs scheduled for May 9 have been postponed until September 19 as a result of the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, RunWenatchee announced in a press release Tuesday.

Join us on Thursday, May 7th from 2:30 - 6:00 PM for trail work in the Foothills, exact location TBD. Type of trail work TBD.