Tour the Horse Lake Reserve in the rolling Wenatchee Foothills, via Sage Hills, on this guided, three-hour ride (your choice as to distance) on mostly single-track trails. There are few trees on this 1,700-acre reserve managed by the Chelan-Douglas Land Trust, so that means great views of the North Cascades and Wenatchee Valley, and, during the spring and early summer, wildflowers galore.
Note: This tour will include passage through areas hit by the Sleepy Hollow Fire (June 2015). Guides will discuss wildfire history and the impacts of wildfire on the flora and fauna of the Wenatchee Foothills.
Skill level: Intermediate and up
Includes: Guide, bike, bike helmet, locally sourced snacks from Balsamroot Baking, group photo, and a coupon for a complimentary glass of wine at Jones of Washington Tasting Room at Pybus Market or a coupon for a discounted pint of beer or other beverage at Saddle Rock Pub & Brewery in downtown Wenatchee.
Days: Monday though Sunday in April, May, June, September and October
Duration: 3 hours
Tour location: Horse Lake Reserve
Start and ending place: Behind Arlberg Sports, First and Columbia streets
Cost: $75 per person