Sage Hills is a collection of local trails on BLM and PUD land, just west of Wenatchee.
Not a destination ride, the terrain consists of several drainages, with creeks which flow to the Wenatchee River.
With some effort it is possible to get in a 10mi ride but the typical loop is 5-7mi.
Most of the trails don't have an official name, and consist of interconnected loops and a few spurs which are used for access. Some names have been applied to various trails, either based on what they have been called or some landmark, just to assist with trail description.
Closed trails are either blocked off or signed with red-dots, and are often too steep to be used in a sustainable manner.
These are multiuser trail and expect hikers on the entire trail system.
Sage Hills is closed from December 1 to April 1, to allow mule deer to winter in the area.
All of the access points are in residential areas. The end of Sage Hills Road is closed and posted 'No Parking.'
Day Rd Parking: Go west on 5th Street .6mi past Western Ave. Go right onto Surry Ave, left onto Lester Rd, then right onto Day Rd and stay on Day Rd through a sharp left curve then a sharp right curve. Park on the left roadside, just before the 'Stay Out' signs. Go on the trail uphill from the pullout, which intersects with Lester Trail.
Overflow Parking. Park along 5th Street between Jennings St and Surry Ave.
Horselake Road and Maiden Lane parking is further away from residential areas and so less restricted. Just find a responsible place to park.
The loop described below is often done CW but the terrain is moderate enough for either direction.
Ranking consistently applied to all of the listed trails.