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Can you tell a chukar from a chickadee? A flicker from a finch? Test your bird skills with this photo quiz that features birds you might see during a hike or bike ride in the Wenatchee Valley.
The next event in CDLT's Wenatchee Foothills Campaign will be their Hands Across the Foothills photograph on Saddle Rock this Saturday, April 20. This is your chance to support the Land Trust's goal to double the preserved recreational lands in our backyard by simply going for a hike.
The Rocky Reach Trail is now a go after more than a decade of trials and litigation. The 4.9-mile non-motorized trail to connect the northern end of the Loop Trail and Lincoln Rock State Park has been approved by the State Supreme Court (twice) and there is no more legal wiggle room for trail opponents to delay this project.
The emails started flying Friday morning. A week after the end-of-course final trek, the graduates of the Wenatchee Outdoors Snowshoeing Class were eager to put new knowledge to the test. Destination: Peak 6,056 beyond Clara Lake.
Fed up with working indoors for an outdoor website, AmeriCorps volunteer Shelly Forster escaped her desk and hit the trail. In January she helped lead a weekly family snowshoe series with the Wenatchee Parks and Rec department. Along the way she discovered what it means to take WenatcheeOutdoors... outdoors.
Red snow. If you’ve wandered the alpine zone during late spring or summer, chances are you’ve seen it. Does this mean you’ve stumbled across evidence of a homicide? Maybe. More likely, though, you’ve discovered a patch of Chlamydomonas nivalis.