Trails

Join us on Saturday, April 20th at Horse Lake Trailhead for the 4th Annual Sage Fest Event- a volunteer trail event co-sponsored by Chelan-Douglas Land Trust (CDLT) and Central WA Evergreen Mountain Bike Association (EMBA).

Join Chelan-Douglas Land Trust on Thursday, February 29th @6:30pm to learn about upcoming projects that will be taking place in the Wenatchee Foothills. Here you can find out how you can get involved and mingle with fellow trail lovers -all while enjoying Ground Control's beverages.

Help auger planting holes! We have terrific new hand-augers that makes hole-digging easy on the body! Join CDLT staff, Tiffany and Susan, as we prepare holes for future planting of small native grasses.

Join CDLT staffers, Tiffany and Susan, to plant native sumac at the Sage Hills Gateway at the Switchbacks.  Tools, gloves, and snacks provided.

Join Chelan-Doulgas Land Trust staff and volunteers to help plant 700 native grasses in a former farm yard at Horse Lake Reserve in the Wenatchee Foothills.  Afterwards, create a chalk-art mural on the cement pad where the former barn was located.  Snacks and hot drinks will be provided.  Youth 6th-8th grade are welcome to come with a parent.

Would you like to develop your trail building skills?  Signup for TREAD's free Trail School!  TREAD is putting on a 2-day school to provide local volunteers with the opportunity to learn trail building and maintenance skills.  Chelan-Douglas Land Trust has been worki

Join CDLT staff as we water & woodchip recently planted native shrubs at the new Kenzie's Landing Trailhead. We will be using on-site water to fill buckets and carry them to pour onto our shrubs. This work will be light to moderate and involve hiking up to 0.25 miles.

Join CDLT staff as we water & woodchip recently planted native shrubs at the new Kenzie's Landing Trailhead. We will be using on-site water and hoses to water our shrubs. This work will be light to moderate. The plant species consist of Wax Currant, Serviceberry, Blue Elderberry, Rose, Rabbitbrush, and Bitterbrush.

Join CDLT staff as we water & woodchip recently planted native shrubs at the new Kenzie's Landing Trailhead. We will be using on-site water and hoses to water our shrubs. This work will be light to moderate. The plant species consist of Wax Currant, Serviceberry, Blue Elderberry, Rose, Rabbitbrush, and Bitterbrush.