The Sage Hills trails are managed in partnership with the Chelan Douglas Land Trust
Trail Access Info: Seasonal Closure: Every winter the PUD and CDLT properties in the Sage Hills are closed from December 1 to April 1. In winter, mule deer move down into these lands and, at a time when they are nearly starving, they can ill afford the calorie expenditure needed to avoid people and pets.
|Title||Difficulty||Distance||High Point||Low Point|
|Apricot Crisp||Intermediate||2.0 miles|
|Coyote Canyon||Intermediate||1.0 miles|
|Foothills Trail||Beginner||1.5 miles|
|Glacier View||Intermediate||2.0 miles|
|Heart Murmur||Intermediate||0.5 miles|
|Little Moab||Intermediate||1.0 miles|
|Lower Sage||Beginner||2.5 miles|
|Snake Bite||Intermediate||1.0 miles|
|The Gut||Intermediate||0.8 miles|
|Apr 12, 2019||Variable||Trails are open and in good condition. Be aware of soft spots in low points or north aspects, and shady sections on the upper portion may still be wet and soft. Avoid using muddy trails to prevent unnecessary damage during spring rain events.
Please be aware: Day Drive Trailhead is currently closed for maintenance/repairs. We will post an update on the availability of this access point soon.
|Apr 04, 2019||Wet|| The Sage Hills Trails are opening on Friday the 5th (accessed via 5th St, Day Drive, Maiden Lane, or the end of the pavement on Horse Lake Road). Horse Lake Road will continue to remain closed over the weekend due to the rainy forecast, plus the trails up high are still wet/snow covered on north facing and shaded aspects. Please remember to stay on dry trails and stay off wet trails to prevent excessive trail maintenance. Thank you!
|Mar 29, 2019||Closed||Trails are closed for wintering wildlife and to prevent trail damage until April 5, 2019.|
|Dec 04, 2018||Closed||Trails are closed for wintering wildlife until April 1, 2019.|
|Jul 09, 2018||Dry||Sage Hills are officially open. As always, please give wildlife a wide berth and keep dogs leashed.|
|Mar 31, 2018||Unknown||Sage Hills are officially open. As always, please give wildlife a wide berth, keep dogs leashed, and avoid muddy trails.|