Wenatchee, WA Trails and Parks

Wenatchee has 22 trails in the vicinity, including 9 hiking trails and 5 for road biking. These trails range from 2 to 101.4 miles in length. The longest trail in Wenatchee is Wenatchee-Chelan-Wenatchee a well-known trail measuring 101.4 miles in total length.

The most popular trails are Clara and Marion Lakes Trail, Rock Island Creek and Peshastin Pinnacles. Trails.com member Andrewsld A. recently completed Clara and Marion Lakes Trail.

More information on the best trails in Wenatchee can be found below.
  • Chelan-Bridgeport-Mansfield

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    Wenatchee, WA

    Follow the Columbia River north to Brewster and the wide expanse of Lake Pateros, where you begin the gradual climb up and across the wide, dry, treeless ?atlands of the Columbia Plateau. Finish ...
    •  93.4 miles
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    Follow the Columbia River north to Brewster and the wide expanse of Lake Pateros, where you begin the gradual climb up and ...

  • Joe Miller Road- Wenatchee Heights Loop

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    Wenatchee, WA

    Though relatively short (only 26 miles), this ride includes the Joe Miller–Stemilt Loop climb, a stiff 6.5-miler that rises 1900 feet up from the banks of the Columbia River. If you’re the type ...
    •  26.2 miles
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    Though relatively short (only 26 miles), this ride includes the Joe Miller–Stemilt Loop climb, a stiff 6.5-miler that rises ...

  • Wenatchee-Chelan-Wenatchee

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    Wenatchee, WA

    Take one mighty river, add one mighty lake, sprinkle in an awesome coulee climb, and that’s this ride in a nutshell. This slightly morethan-a-century ride was once the route of the Wenatchee ...
    •  101.4 miles
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    Take one mighty river, add one mighty lake, sprinkle in an awesome coulee climb, and that’s this ride in a nutshell. This ...

  • Wenatchee-Leavenworth 'N' Back

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    Wenatchee, WA

    There’s more than one road that connects Wenatchee and Leavenworth and this route explores many of them, as well as fields of fruit trees, pointy rock pinnacles, a handful of fruit-packing ...
    •  46.3 miles
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    There’s more than one road that connects Wenatchee and Leavenworth and this route explores many of them, as well as fields ...

  • Chelan-McNeil Canyon

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    Wenatchee, WA

    Like to climb? Consider yourself a mountain goat? Want to challenge yourself and perhaps even live to tell about it? Then put McNeil Canyon on your tick list.
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    Like to climb? Consider yourself a mountain goat? Want to challenge yourself and perhaps even live to tell about it? Then ...

  • Colockum Wildlife Area

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    Wenatchee, WA

    As one of the least-explored and least-accessible wildlife areas in central Washington, the Colockum Wildlife Area and the road up and over Colockum Pass offer some of the best bird-watching ...
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    As one of the least-explored and least-accessible wildlife areas in central Washington, the Colockum Wildlife Area and the ...

  • Wenatchee Confluence State Park

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    Wenatchee, WA

    Confluence State Park may be the easiest site in central Washington to access and to study continuously. The confluence of the Wenatchee and Columbia Rivers gives the park its name and provides ...
    •  2 miles
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    Confluence State Park may be the easiest site in central Washington to access and to study continuously. The confluence of ...

  • Swakane Wildlife Area

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    Wenatchee, WA

    The Swakane Wildlife Area is one of those places you cannot judge from its entrance. It may not look like much from the gravel road heading west into the narrow canyon near the Rocky Reach Dam ...
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    The Swakane Wildlife Area is one of those places you cannot judge from its entrance. It may not look like much from the gravel ...

  • Buck Creek Pass

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    Wenatchee, WA

    This leg of the PCT is part of a reroute created in 2003 after floods devastated Glacier Peak Wilderness, taking out roads, bridges, and trails, including large sections of the PCT. Estimates ...
    •  2-3 days
    •  19 miles
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    This leg of the PCT is part of a reroute created in 2003 after floods devastated Glacier Peak Wilderness, taking out roads, ...

  • Cady Ridge to Kodak Peak

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    Wenatchee, WA

    Give yourself a few days to explore this amazing area. Plenty of trail systems allow you to access cool routes that can be hiked as extended backpacking loops or as out-and-back day hikes from ...
    •  2-3 days
    •  18 miles
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    Give yourself a few days to explore this amazing area. Plenty of trail systems allow you to access cool routes that can ...

  • Peshastin Pinnacles

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    Wenatchee, WA

    The slabs and small summits of Peshastin Pinnacles rise from the Wenatchee River Valley orchards to make a striking impression. From that perspective they seem like more than a geologic oddity, ...
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    The slabs and small summits of Peshastin Pinnacles rise from the Wenatchee River Valley orchards to make a striking impression. ...

  • Beezley Hills Preserve

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    Wenatchee, WA

    The Beezley Hills Preserve is an area of 4788 acres north of Quincy that is protected by The Nature Conservancy, which started buying up the land in 1998. From this high vantage point, hikers ...
    •  3 hours
    •  3 miles
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    The Beezley Hills Preserve is an area of 4788 acres north of Quincy that is protected by The Nature Conservancy, which started ...

  • Rock Island Creek

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    Wenatchee, WA

    Few areas can match the panoramic splendor of the view that sweeps over the pretty desert canyon of Rock Island Creek with a broad field of wildflowers filling the foreground. This BLM land is ...
    •  1.5 hours
    •  2 miles
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    Few areas can match the panoramic splendor of the view that sweeps over the pretty desert canyon of Rock Island Creek with ...

  • Duffy Creek

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    Wenatchee, WA

    In 1995, the Richard King Mellon Foundation donated approximately 5661 acres to the Bureau of Land Management’s (BLM) Spokane District, and that formed the core of the Duffy Creek Allotment, ...
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    •  8 miles
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    In 1995, the Richard King Mellon Foundation donated approximately 5661 acres to the Bureau of Land Management’s (BLM) Spokane ...

  • Douglas Creek Canyon–Badger Mountain

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    Wenatchee, WA

    Great views await you here, as well as a total desert experience—complete with rattlesnakes. This area seems to be a haven for the serpents, so be careful while trekking through the brushy canyons. ...
    •  4 hours
    •  6 miles
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    Great views await you here, as well as a total desert experience—complete with rattlesnakes. This area seems to be a haven ...

  • Douglas Creek Canyon–South

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    Wenatchee, WA

    The drive up glorious Moses Coulee alone is worth the trip to this area, even if you never leave your vehicle. If you do decide to stretch your legs, the payoff is all the more fantastic: desert ...
    •  3 hours
    •  5 miles
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    The drive up glorious Moses Coulee alone is worth the trip to this area, even if you never leave your vehicle. If you do ...

  • Douglas Creek Canyon–North

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    Wenatchee, WA

    Douglas Creek carves through the bottom of a deep, foliage-rich canyon in the heart of Washington’s central plains. The views of the deep canyon are spectacular, and the stark rock walls and ...
    •  2.5 hours
    •  3 miles
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    Douglas Creek carves through the bottom of a deep, foliage-rich canyon in the heart of Washington’s central plains. The views ...

  • Wenatchee Confluence State Park

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    Wenatchee, WA

    This 197-acre park has a 2-mile shoreline trail and a 97-acre natural area and wetland wildlife habitat. The campground is on one side of the Wenatchee River, and the preserve is on the other. ...
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    This 197-acre park has a 2-mile shoreline trail and a 97-acre natural area and wetland wildlife habitat. The campground is ...

  • Lincoln Rock State Park

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    Wenatchee, WA

    Tucked along the east bank of the Columbia, 80-acre Lincoln Rock State Park is a popular place for boaters, swimmers, and anglers to access the river. It has nearly 0.5 mile of waterfront. For ...
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    Tucked along the east bank of the Columbia, 80-acre Lincoln Rock State Park is a popular place for boaters, swimmers, and ...

  • Clara and Marion Lakes Trail

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    Wenatchee, WA

    Small, shallow Clara Lake is surrounded by fir and larch trees, with meadows and a rock slide at the end of a very steep trail. Because the lake bottom is sand, children can safely play in water ...
    •  3 miles
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    Small, shallow Clara Lake is surrounded by fir and larch trees, with meadows and a rock slide at the end of a very steep ...

  • Blewett Pass

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    Wenatchee, WA

    The rolling hills immediately east of Blewett Pass offer a variety of short ski tours that are accessible throughout the winter due to their proximity to a major highway. Although this region ...
    •  4-7 hours
    •  12 km (7 ) miles
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    The rolling hills immediately east of Blewett Pass offer a variety of short ski tours that are accessible throughout the ...

  • Mount Stuart: Cascadian Couloir

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    Wenatchee, WA

    Mount Stuart is the crown jewel of the Wenatchee Mountains and the eastern anchor of the Alpine Lakes Wilderness. Its massive granitic bulk rises out of the U-shaped Ingalls Valley on the south ...
    •  1-2 days
    •  13.5 km (8.4 ) miles
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    Mount Stuart is the crown jewel of the Wenatchee Mountains and the eastern anchor of the Alpine Lakes Wilderness. Its massive ...