Pruning on the Go

It's an age of skinny budgets for land agencies. How do trail users keep trails like this one from going feral? Pruning on the Go  by Andy Dappen We live in an era of shrinking budgets for the maintenance ... Read More...

Chelan Butte

Chelan Butte For a long, hard route on the Butte visit this Evergreen Mountain Bike Alliance site. For a shorter ride, just head up the dirt road leading to the top and retrace the route. This infor... Read More...

Wenatchee River-House Run

Attractions. This is a 1.2-mile section of the Wenatchee River starting below Exit Falls (about ½ mile west of Leavenworth) and running to the bridge where the Icicle Road crosses the Wenatchee River. It’s ... Read More...

Slithering Fauna

Written by Timothy Hohn, pictures provided by Ian Garrison “Snake!” someone suddenly cries. There’s a momentary paralysis among all who are nearby, now alert to a perceived danger. In the next few seconds, an ... Read More...

Camas Meadows

Camas Meadows Hike This is a great meandering flower journey for the little ones. Pictured is Dahlia Shaffer frolicking among the lush vegetation on the Camas Meadows trail. Photo by Sarah Shaffer. Info... Read More...

Tibbetts Mountain

Tana Shaffer taking in the views from the top of Tibbetts mountain, looking down into Cashmere. Picture by Sarah Shaffer. Tibbetts Mountain offers a variety of outings— from easy to adventurous walks and te... Read More...

Five Reasons to SUP

Five Reasons to SUP (Stand Up Paddleboard) by Sarah Shaffer We recently bought a SUP and have been enjoying it during these hot summer days. Here are five reasons I recommend owning one. 1.We bought a blow u... Read More...

Douglas Creek-South End

A fun ride or walk up the Douglas Creek canyon on smooth gravel roads, rocky gravel roads, and single track. Lots of wildlife to be viewed in the canyon as it is the only source of water around. The route s... Read More...