Rocky Reach Trail
Complete the Loop Coalition

Special Thanks to the organizations above that have donated $2000 or more!

Rocky Reach Trail


is a 5 mile trail along the east shore of the Columbia River in Douglas County, north central Washington. The Rocky Reach Trail connects Lincoln Rock State Park and Confluence State Park with the Apple Capital Loop Trail, and the Wenatchee Valley riverfront parks in both Douglas and Chelan counties. The trail provides pedestrian and bicycle transportation as an alternative to busy highways and also benefits area tourism by expanding recreational opportunities along the Columbia River. The multi-phase project took place over a period of 20 years and cost $3.75 million in capital bond funds, with grant support from Chelan County Public Utility District, donations from the Complete the LOOP Coalition, and multiple private donors. The trail was constructed entirely on public property owned by the Washington State Department of Transportation and the Chelan County PUD. The Rocky Reach Trail includes four interpretive stations and is paved and handicap accessible for all nonmotorized users.
The Rocky Reach Trail is temporarily closed due to flooding. Please respect this closure.

After the Ribbon Cutting Ceremony, including guest speakers from Washington State Parks, the Washington State legislature, Chelan County PUD, and Complete the Loop Coalition, the RRT is finally complete!
Bob Parlette of the Complete the Loop Coalition gives a Victory salute after cutting the final ribbon. With this, Parlette's vision for this trail, involving 20+ years of effort and legal battles, finally became a reality.

10 minute video summarizing a brief history of Wenatchee Valley's trail system, the effort to construct the Rocky Reach Trail, and the value of this trail to our valley.

(Note: Video was created before funding was completed and construction began)