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    Trails close to Leavenworth

    The only area you can ride a quad on National Forest, near Leavenworth, is the Shazer Creek area. This is a scenic area located south on Highway 97, heading towards Blewett Pass. Take the Scotty Creek Rd for about half a mile and take your first right, over the bridge for another half mile and you will see the trailhead, bulletin board and gated road on your right. Behind that gate is open to ATVs.
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    Need help planning a Summer Vacation

    Brian I am a Forest Service Off Highway Vechicle Ranger in Wenatchee Washington, and if you plan on riding motorcycle trails you must see our trail systems. Mad Lake, and the Sawtooth (not Idahos) are must rides, both areas access high elevations and put you in the heart of the rugged North Cascades, I trust you wont find any views better than these from the seat of a motorcycle. These areas are managed to minimize impacts, so to get the latest info on access and snow melt (mostly likely early to mid August before everything is open due to very heavy winter snowfall) you can call me at the Entiat Ranger Station 509 784-1511 ext 528, my name is Mason Schuur, and I will point you in the right direction
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    Tronsen Ridge/ Devils Gulch Info?

    Great ride 9712 is still under snow and the Seasonal Closure for Tronson Ridge Trail and others, that are on the Cle Elum Ranger District, is in effect until 6/15. By mid July snow will be gone and 9712 connects Liberty/Highway 97 to Wenatchee and provides access to many trails, all of which are open to motorcycles. You must be street legal to travel 9712 rd.
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    snow conditions on/around blewitt pass

    Go to Cashmere and up Mission Creek to Devils Gulch. There are approx. 30 miles of open, maintained, snow free single track.
  5. The U. S. Forest Service, Wenatchee-Okanogan National Forest, currently has employment opportunities in OHV Education and Enforcement. The Entiat Ranger District is looking for an individual who has the background, experience, and skills to perform the duties of an OHV Trail Ranger. Duties include: the ability to operate a motorcycle on narrow, steep, rough trails, ability to communicate with the public providing educational information and enforcement of USFS regulations pertaining to recreational use. This is a full time seasonal position starting in June and working through October. Full time work schedule is Thurs-Mon, and Holidays. If you are qualified and eager to spend the summer and fall patrolling the extensive USFS multiple-use trail systems of Entiat and, Wenatchee Valley Ranger Districts we would like to hear from you. For more information on how to apply contact the Entiat Ranger District (509)784-1511 ext 523 and 528 or apply online at: https://www.avuedigitalservices.com
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    Mad Lake

    Upper Mad is closed for the year, gate is closed and posted at Maverick Saddle