Haney Meadow - Ken Wilcox Horse Camp - 1trailmeister added this area
Riders have logged 47.08 miles & 29.20 hours here.
TOP TRAIL RIDER: 1trailmeister logged 28.58 miles.
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Access the Ken Wilcox Horse Camp at Haney Meadow by taking highway 97 to Blewett Pass then head south on Forest Service Road 9716 to Forest Service Road 9712. You’ll be on Forest Service roads for about 10 miles and it will take you approximately an hour to cover this distance.
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|26 Jul 2017||1trailmeister||Ride Notes||2 h||57m||3.73||✔||✔||★★★★★|
|25 Jul 2017||1trailmeister||Ride Notes||3 h||59m||5.4||✔||✔||★★★★★|
|24 Jul 2017||1trailmeister||Ride Notes||3 h||53m||6.21||✔||✔||★★★★★|
|30 Jul 2016||1trailmeister||Ride Notes||5 h||48m||9.63||✔||☆☆☆☆☆|
|29 Jul 2016||1trailmeister||Ride Notes||2 h||8m||3.61||✔||☆☆☆☆☆|
|01 Aug 2015||Anonymous||Ride Notes||4 h||24m||6.99||✔||★★★★★|
|31 Jul 2015||Anonymous||Ride Notes||4 h||18m||7.51||✔||★★★★★|
|30 Jul 2015||Anonymous||Ride Notes||1 h||45m||4||✔||★★★★★|
The horse camp is named after Ken Wilcox, a preeminent Washington State horseman and proponent of back country horse use. The campground is designed for horse users and has many horse friendly amenities plus miles and mile of trails.
NOTE: The camp and surrounding area suffered significant damage during a 2012 wildfire. The trail system was also heavily impacted. Falling trees are a danger.
- Land Manager is Wenatchee National Forest
- Certified weed free feed is required at this location
- Northwest Forest Pass is required at this location
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