Wenatchee Trail

National Forest Development Road 43, Oregon 99402 USA

“beautiful view of the Menatchee drainage”

This trail is mainly maintained for foot and horse traffic. It is not recommended for OHV use because of its steepness and the rock boulders the trail climbs over. The beginning of the trail is located 1/4 mile west of the Wenatchee Guard Station on Road #43. From this location, the trail drops off the south face of the ridge into the Wenatchee drainage. This trail is steep and rugged. For these reasons it is suggested that if on horseback, to get off and lead your horse over sections of rock outcroppings. There is plenty of parking space for horse trailers at the trailhead. This trail offers a beautiful view of the Wenatchee drainage. From the top, one can see the snow covered Wallowas, to the south in Oregon, and to the east the Seven Devils in Idaho. Once to the floor bottom, Wenatchee Creek offers abundant water for stock, and there are many areas available for camping. Directions from Asotin,WA: Take Asotin Creek Road leading west at the north entrance of Asotin. Then take road to Cloverland. Pass through Cloverland and enter Forest boundary on Road #43 and stay on this road. Go past Wenatchee Guard Station 1/4 mile to trail beginning.

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June 17, 2015

This trail is mainly maintained for foot and horse traffic. It is not recommended for OHV use because of its steepness and the rock boulders the trail climbs over. The beginning of the trail is located 1/4 mile west of the Wenatchee Guard Station on Road #43. From this location, the trail drops off the south face of the ridge into the Wenatchee drainage. This trail is steep and rugged. For these reasons it is suggested that if on horseback, to get off and lead your horse over sections of rock outcroppings. There is plenty of parking space for horse trailers at the trailhead. This trail offers a beautiful view of the Wenatchee drainage. From the top, one can see the snow covered Wallowas, to the south in Oregon, and to the east the Seven Devils in Idaho. Once to the floor bottom, Wenatchee Creek offers abundant water for stock, and there are many areas available for camping.

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Wenatchee Trail

National Forest Development Road 43
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99402 USA

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