Upper Wolf Trailhead
The Upper Wolf Trailhead provides opportunities for cross-country skiers, snowshoers, mountain bikers and hikers. These are non-motorized trails. The trail system winds through a mixed conifer forest. During the spring and early summer, users will find many species of wildflowers scattered throughout the area. This area is open for day use only from sunrise to sunset. There is an information board on the west side of Laurelhurst Drive.
At a Glance
|Operational Hours:||Sunrise to Sunset|
|Closest Towns:||Newport, WA|
|Information Center:||Trail Map provided by NEWashingtontrails.com|
The Upper Wolf Trail System is located on the north edge of the city of Newport. At the intersection of State Highway 20 and Larch Street turn west and follow Larch Street for one block to Laurelhurst Drive. Continue on Laurelhurst Drive to trailhead.
Latitude 48.190278 Longitude -117.05333
Map showing recreational areas. Map Information
Mountain BikingRecreation areas with activity Mountain Biking:
Great opportunity for mountain bikers close to town.
Day HikingRecreation areas with activity Day Hiking:
Trails winds through mixed conifer forest and provides many viewing opportunities of wildlife.
Viewing PlantsRecreation areas with activity Viewing Plants:
Abundant mix of forbs, wildflowers and shrubs in late spring and early summer.
|Parking:||No Day Use Fee|
Alerts & Warnings
- ORDER NO. 06-21-00-21-14 Public Use Restriction Stage 1
- ORDER NO. 06-21-00-21-02 Food Storage Order
- Trail update 7-20-2020
- ORDER NO. 06-00-00-20-02 Alcohol and Drug Prohibitions
- ORDER NO. 06-00-00-20-03 Explosives and Exploding Targets Prohibition
- Colville National Forest continues to restore access to closed areas
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