Squilchuck State Park

 

Squilchuck State Park sits close to the heart of Wenatchee, Washington as a state park with a long history of outdoor recreation (that was once as a small ski resort). After nearly being mothballed in 2009, Squilchuck has returned as a thriving recreation area thanks to a growing partnership between Evergreen Mountain Bike Alliance’s Central Chapter and Washington State Parks. As a central hub to Wenatchee-area riding, Squilchuck Park now provides riding adventures for the whole family.

With the Phase I completion of 3+ miles of beginner and intermediate trails built in a stacked loop formation, Squilchuck State Park also boasts a robust skills area with a progressive design, 2’ jumps, 7’ table tops, a classroom area, practice rock gardens, and dual slalom (trails) pump track, with plans to build advance to expert jump lines to complete the skills park.

Title Difficulty Distance High Point Low Point
Creature Comfort Beginner 1.8 miles
Dark Forest Intermediate 0.8 miles
Hiking/Direct Descent Advanced 0.1 miles
Tiger Lily Beginner 0.4 miles
Trail 220 Beginner 0.2 miles
Twisted Giant Beginner 1.2 miles
Vulture Gulch Beginner 1.5 miles
Yellow Jacket Beginner 1.2 miles
Date Status Condition Description
May 15, 2019
Dry All trails are clear and open.
Apr 17, 2019
Closed Trails are still closed. The park is still covered in snow or very muddy. Please respect the trails and stay off the trails until the trails have dried out and open for use. We are currently looking at a date around May 1st.
Mar 29, 2019
Freeze/thaw Cycle Spring has arrived, bike season is just around the corner and we know people are itching to get out hiking and riding bikes, but please stay off trails that are snow covered or wet. Using wet trails in Central Washington create a lot of damage to our trails.
Dec 11, 2018
Snow Covered Winter has arrived, bike season is winding down and we know people are still itching to get out hiking and riding bikes, but please stay off trails that are snow covered or wet. Using wet trails in Central Washington create a lot of damage to our trails.
Jul 09, 2018
Dry
Apr 25, 2018
Variable
Apr 08, 2018
Freeze/thaw Cycle Slippery mud with snow/ice patches.
Jan 17, 2018
Snow Covered