WATV Route Maps

Withdrawal of Administrative Decision to Allow Operation of WATVs on Six Forest Service Routes

The Okanogan–Wenatchee National Forest is withdrawing its administrative decision to allow the operation of wheeled ATVs (WATVs) on six Forest Service routes already open to highway legal vehicle traffic.  The six routes are: the Bald Mountain WATV Route and the Clover Spring WATV Route on the Naches Ranger District, the Entiat Ridge WATV Route on the Wenatchee River and Entiat Ranger Districts, the Grade-Oss WATV Route on the Chelan and Methow Valley Ranger Districts, the Table Mountain WATV Route on the Cle Elum Ranger District, and the Thunder Mountain WATV Route on the Methow Valley and Tonasket Ranger Districts.  This withdrawal is effective immediately. 

Any decision to reopen these roads to WATVs in the future, whether as originally conceived or in a modified form, will be based on additional analysis under the National Environmental Policy Act and any other applicable statutes and regulations, and the issuance of a new decision document. 

Here is a list of trails open to motorized use. Please read each trail narrative for a description of allowed activities or contact the Ranger District for more information.