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Views from Steliko Ridge. Photo by Sarah Shaffer.

Gentle outing perfect for spring (wildflowers) or fall (foliage). The trail offers views of the Entiat Valley and hillsides affected by the 1994 wildfire.

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Activity: Hiking, Family Fun, Mtn Biking
Nearest Town: Ardenvoir, Entiat
Skill Level: 1
Fitness Level: 1
Distance: 4 miles round trip
Elevation: About 200 ft

Access: From Wenatchee drive north on Highway 97A for about 14.5 miles; then turn left onto Entiat River Road and continue 10 miles to the small town of Ardenvoir. Drive another third of a mile past Ardenvoir and turn right onto National Forest Road 5310. It’s another 1.7 miles to the summit. Near the top there are two forks in the road. Keep right at the first fork, left at the second. The trail will leave from the left side of the road.

Trip Instructions: Follow the Steliko Ridge trail until you reach the junction with the South Fork Mud Creek Spur trail. Turn around here.

Uses Allowed: Hiking, mtn biking, horseback riding.

Uses Not Allowed: ATVs

Leave It Better Than You Found It: This should be every outdoor user’s goal. Pick up trash left by others, pull noxious weeds along your route, disperse old fire rings (they encourage more fires), throw branches over spur trails and spurs between switchbacks (make it harder to do the wrong thing than the right thing).

Important Disclaimer: Treat this information as recommendations, not gospel. Things change, conditions change, and those contributing these reports are volunteers–they may make mistakes, fail to give complete information, or may not know all the issues affecting a route. So forget about finger pointing: If things go wrong, you are completely responsible for yourself and your actions. If you can’t live with that, you are prohibited from using our information.

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