All Wenatchee Foothills trails are open.
Know the condition of the trails before you gear up to go! Informed decisions can help protect our natural resources resulting in a win for everyone - your shoes stay clean and our trail maintenance work doesn't increase. If you find conditions different than what is below, send your updates to firstname.lastname@example.org.
|Apple Capital Loop||
Trail is open. Enjoy!
|Apricot Crisp Trail||
Both lower and upper Apricot Crisp Trail is open and ready for use!
NOTE: Trail is closed to equestrian use until June 15 to allow the trail surface to harden.
Trail is open and in good condition. Trail is closed to equestrian use until June 1 to allow the surface to harden.
Open to foot and bike traffic.
PLEASE NOTE: This trail will be closed to equestrian use for the 2019 season to allow the new trail to harden and compact.
|Castle Rock Trails||
Trails are dry and in good condition.
|Glacier View Trail||
Trail is open and in good condition. Trail is closed to equestrian use until June 15 to allow surface to harden.
Trail is open and in good condition, though shady sections on the upper portion may still be wet and soft.
|Horse Lake Trails||Fri, 04/26/2019|
Jacobson trails are mostly dry, though still damp in a few higher elevation locations. Please avoid using muddy trails to prevent damage.
|Mountain Home Trails||
Mountain Home Road is open. Trail system is rough due to forest thinning operation on the property, and still muddy in places. Repairs will be done in May of 2019.
|Old Ranch Road||
Trail is open and in good condition.
|Saddle Rock Trails||
Saddle Rock trails are mostly dry and durable, and spring wildflowers are starting their show!
|Sage Hill Trails||
Trails are open and in good condition. Be aware of soft spots in low points or north aspects, and avoid using muddy trails to prevent unnecessary damage during spring rain events.
|View Point Trail||
Trail is open.
|Wenatchee Foothills Trails||Fri, 04/26/2019|