Hit the Trail in Northeast Washington

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More than 1 million acres of unspoiled, natural beauty in Northeastern Washington are awaiting your next adventure on the trail. From scenic vistas that seem to go forever; ancient wilderness with old-growth forests; and fantastic geological spectacles, you’ll be able to experience it on one of many hundreds of miles of trails.

Northeast Washington is home to the Colville National Forest, the Salmo-Priest Wilderness, the Little Pend Oreille Wildlife Refuge and portions of the Kaniksu National Forest. A section of the Pacific Northwest National Scenic Trail winds through all three northeast Washington counties.

No matter how you like to see the trail: from horseback, on foot or ATV- there’s a trail for you in either Ferry, Stevens or Pend Oreille counties. Northeast Washington Trails provides a searchable database with trail information and free downloadable maps to help get you where you want to go.

Our area’s greatest asset is the sheer, unspoiled beauty and the almost unlimited outdoor recreation possibilities. You’ll find pristine wilderness, uncrowded lakes and small town hospitality here in the wild side of Washington State.

Northeast Washington Trails provides over 200 free, downloadable maps for your next trail adventure. Maps include Avenza .pdf maps. You’ll find trails for Hiking, Mountain Bike, OHV & Jeep, Horseback, Cross-Country Ski, ATV, Mountain Bike, Snowmobile, Wheelchair Accessible, Dirt Bike and Navigable Water Trails. Connect to local trail user associations and conversations on current trail conditions. Visit www.newashingtontrails.com for more information.