Hiking

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Ask our staff for a copy of our trail map and recommendations for the perfect walk, hike, bike or climb. We are happy to lend you a water pack or even our
friendly trails dog. There are more than 40 miles of interesting trails to explrer directly out our door. The Lodge is bordered by the Wenatchee National Forest.
You may see deer, bear, elk, wildflowers and more of nature's wonders. Below are links to our trail maps.

MHL Trail Maps

MHL Summer Trail Map

MHL Overview Map

 

Surrounding Area Trail Maps

We strongly recommend going to Wenatchee Outdoors.org for maps and current conditions

Current Update on trails from the US Forest Service

Waterfront Park

Colchuck Lake

Eightmile Lake

Icicle Gorge

Alpine Lookout

Hidden Lake

Icicle Ridge

Stuart Lake

Old Pipeline

Bygone Byways

Dirty Face Peak

Icicle River Trail

Fourth of July

Hatchery Creek

Merrit Lake

Lake Minotaur

Lanham Lake

Sauer Mountain

Spider Meadows