Visit to No. 2 Canyon: Expanding recreation opportunities in Chelan County
Ride with the Trust for Public Land and TREAD to the top of No. 2 Canyon to hear about the opportunity to protect Twin Peaks and other important lands in Chelan County.
Join us at the top of No. 2 Canyon for views of the Twin Peaks property. If conserved, Twin Peaks would connect the Horse Lake trail system and the No. 2 Canyon trail system and create public access to new trails in this popular recreation area. We’ll hear about the opportunity to conserve Twin Peaks and other important lands in Chelan County—all while enjoying 360° views of these amazing lands. Speakers include Chelan County Commissioner Kevin Overbay and Okanogan-Wenatchee National Forest Supervisor Kristin Bail.
After the discussion, you choose your way down! You can hike, bike, or ride in a car back down. Guides will tour you to the new parking lot at the base of No. 2 Canyon (also known as The Slab) for food and beverages with community leaders in outdoor recreation and conservation.
Registration and more info here