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Methow Trails summer Maps

Methow Trails is recognized as one of the finest trails systems in the country for cross-country skiing, mountain biking, hiking, trail running and horseback riding.  

Methow Trails are made possible thanks to over 175 private and public landowners who allow trails to pass through their property. It is important to respect the trails. Close gates behind you, carry out your litter, and observe signs regarding dogs and private property and yield to horses. Most important, enjoy your time on the trails. There is a lifetime of exploring to be done in the North Cascades National Park, on Forest Service lands, and on state lands managed by the Department of Natural Resources and the Department of Fish and Wildlife and on other public lands. 

 Note that winter trail access is different that summer trail access. Please respect all property boundaries in the summer and obey all posted access signs. 

Detailed Trailhead Maps

Maps of the central Winthrop and Mazama trails can be viewed or downloaded by clicking the image or the bar below. See you on the trails!

Methow Valley Overview Map

A great overview of the Methow Valley trail system can be found on the Methow Valley Summer Trail Map (left) which is available for free from the Methow Trails office, the Winthrop and Twisp Visitor Centers, and many local businesses. Click the map to view or download it.