Looking for a great trail in Okanogan-Wenatchee National Forest, Washington? AllTrails has 238 great hiking trails, running trails, mountain biking trails and more, with hand-curated trail maps and driving directions as well as detailed reviews and photos from hikers, campers, and nature lovers like you. Gearing up for a challenge? There are 111 hard trails in Okanogan-Wenatchee National Forest ranging from 3 to 122.3 miles and from 1,020 to 9,343 feet above sea level. Start checking them out and you'll be out on the trail in no time!

views

hiking

forest

wildlife

dogs on leash

nature trips

wild flowers

bird watching

lake

running

walking

backpacking

river

dog friendly

camping

mountain biking

kid friendly

horseback riding

snowshoeing

ohv / off road driving

waterfall

cross country skiing

fishing

rock climbing

no dogs

skiing

Wenatchee National Forest is a U.S. National Forest located in Washington. With an area of 1,735,394 acres (2,711.55 sq mi, or 7,022.89 km²), it extends about 137 miles along the eastern slopes of the Cascade Range of Washington, USA from Okanogan National Forest to Gifford Pinchot National Forest. The forest is located in Chelan, Kittitas and Yakima counties.

hiking
23 hours ago

too close to the ski lifts could hear music

hiking
snow
23 hours ago

nice snowshoe trail

hiking
snow
1 day ago

Snowed in now, would come back later.

hiking
snow
1 day ago

hiking
icy
snow
2 days ago

Nice snowshoe trail that is not flat at all but an incline that is doable. Beautiful snow and a great workout! The lake was covered in snow...would like to see this in the summer.

hiking
snow
5 days ago

It was foggy and snowy today so there were no views. The trail has received several inches of snow so snowshoes were necessary. It's recommended to have AWD and high clearance to drive there and park. The road is snow covered and the pullout was not plowed and covered in about 6 inches of wet snow.

absolutely beautiful and great day hike. good workout too

hiking
snow
7 days ago

snowshoeing
snow
7 days ago

hiking
snow
7 days ago

hiking
snow
8 days ago

hiking
snow
8 days ago

Great for dogs and snowshoeing

hiking
snow
8 days ago

We only went half way. Mostly just to get out and have fun. Lots of snow. But the trail was packed enough for those without snow shoes. A little rainy today. But still gorgeous!!

hiking
snow
8 days ago

snowshoeing
snow
8 days ago

Gorgeous conditions right now. The trail is well-groomed, if narrow at times. In snowshoes it's easy to step into the powder and let other groups or hikers pass. Would recommend at least light snowshoes, though, since even in relatively well packed areas there were holes from boots sinking through the snow.

Great day for snowshoeing!!!!

It's a nice snow stroll around the pond. We use micro-spikes which we felt was sufficient. We got here around 1 pm and there was quite a line for parking. We also saw dogs on the trail. Overall a pretty relaxed winter hike.

hiking
snow
9 days ago

Had the lake to myself on a Saturday at 1pm. Great short snowshoe hike to warm up before skiing at Stevens :)

hiking
snow
9 days ago

Great snow shoe trail! Several other hikers but not crowded at all. Saw several animal tracks, and tons of fresh powder so not ideal right now for sledding. Didn’t need snow shoes along the service road in, but definitely around the pond, especially where the trail dips under the trees. Beautiful area and amazing views!

hiking
snow
14 days ago

This trail was great for snowshoeing. There is a small parking lot and about a mile of road to hike before reaching the trail. The snow was pretty deep in places and we only went about three miles before turning back. It honestly was one of the best snow shoe trails we have done this year.

hiking
off trail
private property
snow
15 days ago

Amazingly beautiful trail. Didn’t need to use crampons even with snow in January. Best to carry them in case though. You can extend the hike by walking past the summit to the two nearby camp grounds for even better views. If you use the parking at the trailhead don’t forget to make a donation as the landowner graciously allows access to the National Forest via their land.

hiking
icy
snow
16 days ago

Great trail that improves with the climb. The Eastern route is hard to follow in the snow but there are a few modifications you can do. Beautiful deer around if you are lucky and quiet. Very enjoyable in January.

hiking
snow
16 days ago

Such a fun hike. I went about 3.5 miles up and the last mile of that was basically uncharted territory! Nice soft deep snow, beautiful scenery, great hike. Totally recommend this!

Went for snowshoeing but ended up not even putting them on. The trail is packed down enough for a good pair of hiking boots or snow boots. It was a very leisurely nature hike.

hiking
snow
20 days ago

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